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3.2 Miles 5.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

131' 40 m

Ascent

-131' -40 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

6%

Max Grade (4°)

379' 115 m

High

290' 88 m

Low

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Conway Robinson State Forest is a small multi-use trail system in Gainesville.

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Conway Robinson is a small state forest in the Gainesville area. It is a multi-use trail system that consist of an outer Blue Trail that is 3.2 miles with other loops crisscrossing through the center. Most of the system is beginner to intermediate terrain. There are some rocky and root section with a few creek crossings and log jumps. The orange trail is the most technical. It has some gnarly rock gardens, log jumps, and a couple of short steep climbs. If you ride here you'll encounter dog walkers, trail runners, and occasional equestrians. Since the trail is multi-directional you can put little loops together to gain some miles.

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Dec 8, 2018
Erik Molina
Dec 7, 2018
Donald Simmons
4mi
Sep 5, 2018
Jay R
First ride 3.4mi
Jul 19, 2018
Sam Jensen
Apr 26, 2018
Moby J
Jan 20, 2018
Samuel Wagers
Oct 1, 2017
Jeremy Brown
First time here. Did one lap of the blue loop and rode the orange and red connectors both ways. Good stuff; especially the super-chunky orange! 5.7mi
Aug 5, 2017
Myles Dangerfield

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  3.6 from 9 votes

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#351

in Virginia

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