This track has a little bit of everything: nice flowing sections, climbs, and technical sections.”
— Matt Whiteley
Featured Race Jul 9, 2016
This is a great trail to ride on. It offers similar challenges that other trails in the area have, but has them in a more "condensed" 6-mile trail. If you are wanting to go for a longer ride, these trails ride well in either direction. You can link them up one after another and can easily ride 10+ miles.
An individual breakdown of the different trails can be found at: muscatatuckpark.com
Need to Know
This is a multi-use trail, so be on the lookout for people walking and running on the trail.
This route has sections that are ranked green, blue, and black. This route starts with the blue section until you descend to cross the road; where it transitions to black. It stays on the black trail for about a mile. When the trail comes to a tee (you'll want to take it to the right), that is where it intersects the green. It stays on the green for a few miles at this point. The transition to blue happens on the south to southwest section of the route and it can be noticed because there is a very short but steep incline. From this point, the trail runs over to the west side of the map and is blue throughout. The blue will continue from the west side of the map, to the south, and three-quarters of the way up the east portion of the map. At that point it will intersect a connector trail and will return to the green trail for the remainder of the route.
For a map of the individual trails go to: