Singletrack throughout and directional flow. All trails follow a counter-clockwise direction. The are plenty of features on this trail to keep the ride interesting. Log jumps, dips, climbs, and technical switchbacks.
The Kickapoo system is made up of trail segments. They are as follows:
is the connection between Kickapoo Park Road and Haul Road
. The trail is level and the surface is gravel and grass. It provides access to Trails 1a, 1b and Haul Road
. It is bi-directional, so mindful of alternate trail users.
begins a short distance from Haul Road
on Trail 1
. It is a long trail with varied descents and climbs. There are plenty of great ravine views.
is an easy trail off of Trail 1
and is great for families and casual riders.
begins with a short, steep climb. This trail has a nice flow with a large ravine in the middle and a fast stretch leading into a winding section.
is technical with twists, turns, and short climbs. There are several narrows that will take new riders by surprise, so watch your bars and pedals.
has a wall-ride, a drop, a water crossing and a long, rocky climb called "Heartbreak Hill." Then follows a twisting path along ravine tops.
is a challenging ride with log jumps and various dips. There's also a sitting bench overlooking "Stump Pond" and Haul Road
located just beyond Playground Loop
is mostly straight, fast, and downhill, with a drop midway and a hard left near the end. This is one of the fastest sections. Have fun and be careful.
features a fast, off-camber downhill turn, followed by a tight, winding climb. It then continues along ravine tops, finishing with a quick jump run.
starts out with a moderate ride that leads to the "Three Kings" a series of steep climbs ending in a downhill that's sandy, loose gravel. Use caution.
begins on Haul Road
a short ride from Trail 8
. It has a few dips prior to rivine crossing in the middle and is relatively level to the exit onto Haul Road
is a gravel road along the west side of the main system. Generally an easy ride that includes several modest uphill and downhill sections.
Heaven & Hell is technical, with bench-cut downhills, tight switchbacks and intense climbs. Use caution.
, located on the interior of Trail 5
, has a fast jump run and a series of progressively larger drops. Use caution.