“An adrenalin-releasing descent, and a highlight of the Quebec Area.”
— Adam Linstedt
Ridden in the clockwise direction, the Miller Trail is the premier descent of the Quebec Run area. No carved berms or gap jumps here. This is still mountainous trail characteristic of the area. Despite its origin as a hiking trail, its a fun-filled, varied challenge that mostly flows the whole way down.
Find the Miller trailhead at the North parking area, which also has Hess Trail
and Whitetail Trail
-Pine Knob Trail
access points. Adjust your bike and mindset for an adrenalin-releasing descent. It starts with a short rise, then as you pick up speed there are fun turns, a few narrower sections, a little bit of gnar to pump, all leading up to a sketchier drop section over rocks and between trees. (In the opposite direction this part is hike-a-bike, at least for mortals). While exciting, there is nothing here that should deter confident intermediate-level riders. At its terminus the Miller Trail meets Mill Run Trail
which is stunning for its beauty as it courses along the valley floor next to the stream.