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Hodge Park Ride

 4.1 (9)

5.3 Miles 8.5 Kilometers


100%

Singletrack

188' 57 m

Ascent

-188' -57 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

8%

Max Grade (5°)

940' 287 m

High

850' 259 m

Low

Shared By Dustin Urban

Conditions


Bad / Closed 27 days ago
the park is closed now under Hodge Park improvements and says no trespassing Park closed :( History

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A good, short, spin-session type of ride.

Dustin Urban

Dogs Leashed

Features -none-

Takes 24-48 hours to dry after rain. In the winter, only ride when frozen.

Overview

Hodge Park is a small trail network in suburban KC that's great for a quick spin.

Description

Hodge Park is a small trail system, but it is a good option for a short spin or after work session. Start on the Twisted Branch Loop and progress onto Farmtastic. Take a left onto the Bucktooth Betty Connector. Once it feeds back into Twisted Branch Loop, follow it in the reverse back to the trailhead.

Riders will encounter some rocky sections, but most everything is flowing singeltrack. There's not too much elevation, but it's not flat either, like most KC trails. To switch things up, complete the ride in the opposite direction or try laps going both ways for more of a workout.

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Oct 1, 2018
German Portillo
First time on this trail
Sep 26, 2018
Amir Azami
Sep 3, 2018
KEVIN PATE
Aug 13, 2018
Kyle Rohde
Jul 27, 2018
Kyle Rohde
Jul 22, 2018
Kyle Rohde
Jul 14, 2018
Kyle Rohde
Jul 5, 2018
Kyle Rohde

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  4.1 from 9 votes

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in Missouri

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