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Ryan Park Long Loop

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2.9 Miles 4.7 Kilometers


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Singletrack

200' 61 m

Ascent

-201' -61 m

Descent

751' 229 m

High

658' 200 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (1°)

21%

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Technical singletrack with a huge variety of terrain and scenery, beautiful trail!

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Family Friendly: Indoor flush toilets, picnic shelter, grass areas and soccer fields. The park also has 2 miles of wood chip covered double track for trail running, hiking, etc.
Dogs: No Dogs

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Ryan Park is a really nice park with Soccer fields, a small enclosed shelter, and an open air shelter with picnic areas. Nice easy drive from Green Bay.

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Nov 11, 2016
Bob Huber
Heavy dry leaf cover on trails but otherwise in good shape. Nice work trail builders! 4.9mi — 0h 57m
Oct 29, 2016
michael loch
Cleaned up some fallen trees and branches, trail is a blast! Old school and fun! 3mi — 1h 00m

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Great trail, a lot of sharp corners with some old school darting climbs and descents! Some bridge crossings and beautiful creeks a lot of step cut hand built side hill sections and even though is 3 miles it feels longer in a good way!!! Worth an hour drive to ride a few loops without a question! Oct 29, 2016


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