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Seneca Bluffs Trail

 3.4 (5)

7.5 Miles 12.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

529' 161 m

Ascent

-521' -159 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

293' 89 m

High

202' 62 m

Low

Shared By Robert Allaway

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A swoopy, climby trail with a ~50 foot stream crossing.

Robert Allaway

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Description

Seneca Bluffs is one of the newer trails to the area and connects the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Towpath to Seneca Ridge Trail at the intersection with Black Rock Road at Black Rock Mill. The trail mainly packed clay and dirt with a couple of bridges. The highlight of this trail is the approximately 50-foot stream crossing! Don't worry, it's easier than it looks. There are some moderate climbs on this trail but nothing too steep or too lengthy. Most of the descents can be ridden quite fast and are a ton of fun.

All but the last 100yards of this trail are in Seneca Creek State Park. The last section, just before River Rd., is on Montgomery County Park Land.

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Aug 5, 2018
Doug Bane
May 26, 2018
Todd Bower
Muddy after all the rain and several trees down.
Oct 31, 2017
Kirsti LaVoy
5mi
Aug 26, 2017
Eddy Zuber
Aug 26, 2017
Zeddy Smith
Jan 19, 2016
Brian Geiman
Fast and Flowy 7.5mi
Jan 17, 2016
John Segreti
Picked this course up at the mill and rode it to the River. Loved it. It was very pretty and fun. I am relatively new to the sport and found it rea...
Nov 29, 2015
Craig Miller
Great day on a great trail

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