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Black Bear Berm

Easy/Intermediate
 3.3 (3)

A beautiful, twisting trail with winding flats, berms and bridges.


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1.9

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3.0

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20' 6 m

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19' 6 m

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Pepper Ranch is a seasonal trail. It is open to the public October through June on Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 9am to 4pm.

Visitors must check in at the campground office to ride. No parking fee.

For current information on open dates please check the Collier County website: colliergov.net/your-governm….

Description

Starting at the exit of Panther Pass, ride down the marked Black Bear Berm trail following the trail markings and singletrack, being careful at intersections with "cow trails". You'll ride around a small pond area on a hill, one of the few elevation points in this area.

After approximately one mile, you'll cross a left-hand sweeping bridge leading you onto a berm and into a faster, flowing section of trail and eventually back onto another fun, berm trail. Following the singletrack, this trail will end on Rick's Bridge, a 200 ft. elevated, undulating boardwalk.

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Shared By:

Rob Bagans

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  3.3 from 3 votes

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Pepper Ranch Preserve has 4.5 miles of bike trails, created and maintained by the Mudcutters biking group from Ft. Myers, FL.
Oct 19, 2016 near Immokalee, FL
Incline bridge going up to black bear berm, one of 7 bridges, all in varying lengths.
Jul 12, 2016 near Immokalee, FL

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