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Green Lane Park Loop

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 4.0 (10) RECOMMENDED ROUTE

A loop around Green Lane Park using multiple trails, the Orange Trail being the most challenging.


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Map Key

15.4

Miles

24.8

KM

90%

Singletrack

458' 140 m

High

233' 71 m

Low

1,646' 502 m

Up

1,643' 501 m

Down

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

27%

Max Grade (15°)

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Overview

This ride uses a great variety of trails. The majority of the Red Trail is fast on clay with some roots. The Blue Trail is rocky and twisty with a lot of ups and downs. There are a few stream crossings, which are a fun challenge and are all rideable. The Orange Trail is, by far, the most challenging section of trail and it is very rocky.

All in all, this is a good ride with a little something for everyone. The Red Trail is great for beginners and can yield a nice 10-mile loop if you don't have the time for a full loop.

Need to Know

Beautiful any time of year. Dries out faster than Nockamixon State Park.

Description

Starting at the Ward Rd parking lot, start along the Blue Trail which is a four-mile somewhat rocky and technical trail that mostly follows the southern border of the reservoir. It starts as a doubletrack which quickly turns into tight singletrack. Continue along a short rocky section followed by several small creek crossings and short punchy climbs.

A somewhat long, steep climb takes you to the top of the ridge where you cross over Hill Rd. Pass through the equestrian campground and continue back into the woods to the right and down a rocky section then through a field.

Cross over Green Lane Rd and turn onto the Perkiomen Trail, which will take you to the Orange Trail or left on the Perkiomen Trail, which will take you to the Red Trail. The Orange Trail is a 2.5-mile loop that is extremely rocky. The Red Trail is five miles and mostly follows along the northern edge of the reservoir.

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Shared By:

Jeff Adkins

Trail Ratings

  4.0 from 10 votes

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Photos

Riding up the steps on Red Trail.
Jun 13, 2016 near Red Hill, PA
Green Lane Singletrack
Oct 26, 2018 near Red Hill, PA
Green Lane Singletrack - Blue Trail
Oct 26, 2018 near Red Hill, PA
Beginning of the blue line.
May 16, 2019 near Red Hill, PA
Some exposure on Blue Trail.
Jun 13, 2016 near Red Hill, PA
Some steps on the Red Trail
Mar 25, 2013 near Red Hill, PA

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Jul 29, 2019
Tenzing Norgay
Hills were challenging on a fat bike 11mi
Sep 29, 2018
Zach P.
Very, very muddy. Still rideable but parts are flooded out. 15.4mi
Aug 12, 2018
Matt Johnston
Jun 26, 2018
Jim Yauger
Trails are in great shape!!
Apr 8, 2018
Art Wawiernia
14.2mi
Dec 2, 2017
Atul Ganguly
9.1mi
Jul 4, 2017
Nick Pascarella
15.4mi
May 22, 2017
Paul Wishengrad
Red trail easy, then returning via the Blue Trail after the bridge, super hard! 13mi