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Loop C

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Trail

3.8 mile 6.1 kilometer point to point
100% Singletrack
Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 107' 33 m
Descent: -131' -40 m
High: 112' 34 m
Low: 61' 18 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 1% (1°)
Max Grade: 5% (3°)

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No Dogs
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Trail shared by Short Round

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Loop C is a 4.5-mile carnival of obstacles, tech trail features & black diamond jumps/drops.

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Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

The park has strict trail closures in the event of any rainfall. Check the EVMA Facebook page or call the park for the most up-to-date closure information.

Park Phone #: (757) 259-4022

Overview

Freedom Park has much to offer for every skill level, from the mountain biker just getting started to the extremist. Loop C finds it's target on the adrenaline seekers.

Need to Know

Loop C can be super fun or extremely dangerous. Know your limits, ride with friends. The park has free trail maps within the mailbox at the multi-use trailhead. Study/familiarize yourself with the emergency bailout exits in the event of a mechanical or injury.

Description

Loop C is one-way singletrack designed to be ridden clockwise. It is a well-marked 4.5-mile loop that offers a lot of challenges for the intermediate to the expert riders. From the parking lot, you'll see the multi-use trailhead & mailbox that has free maps within. Take the multi-use path & pass the loop A trailhead. Continue on the multi-use path till you see the loop C connector. On the multi-use path connector you'll pick up speed on a downhill....slow speed at the bottom & cross a wooden bridge.

Make an immediate left at the Loop C sign after crossing the wooden bridge & begin your climb onto Loop C. Along the way you'll be confronted with many technical terrain features (TTFs). All TTF sections have a bypass option for those that just want to keep their wheels on the ground. You'll be entertained all day from the many ladder drops, gap jumps, teeters, a frames, balance beams, berms, wall rides etc. Armed with the free trail map the well-marked trail system & many bailout exits, it would be impossible to get lost.

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May 27, 2020
Justin Bennett
Trail itself is Blue. Tactical features that are optional/ have alternate routes can make it black. 3.8mi
May 16, 2020
MeMe Mays
Mar 10, 2020
Hayden Hughes
Sep 18, 2019
Jen H
Aug 21, 2019
Rolland Mano
3.5mi — 6h 45m
Jul 27, 2019
Marissa Gonzalez
Jun 30, 2019
Alfred Miessner
4.5mi
Apr 30, 2019
Andrew Campbell

Trail Ratings

  4.6 from 29 votes

#1

in Freedom Park

#384

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  4.6 from 29 votes
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#1

in Freedom Park

#11

in Virginia

#384

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Photos

Little Teeter
Oct 2, 2015 near William…, VA
Catching major air on the "Ladder Gap."
Nov 20, 2015 near William…, VA
Three Ridges
Oct 2, 2015 near William…, VA
Ladder Gap
Oct 2, 2015 near William…, VA
Big Easy
Oct 2, 2015 near William…, VA
Biking Bad - First time visit to Freedom Park
Jan 26, 2020 near William…, VA

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