Blue Trail

 6 votes

10.9 Miles 17.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

532' 162 m

Ascent

-535' -163 m

Descent

1,026' 313 m

High

916' 279 m

Low

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

13%

Max Grade (7°)

All Clear

17 days agoUpdate

A meandering singletrack with nice views of some of the lakes and ponds within Lake Rebecca Park.

Mike Baetz

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Description

Ride the first half of the Green Trail from the singletrack parking area, then turn left at the obvious signs for "Main Trail."

The trail is one-way heading clockwise and connects to the expert trail about half way through. Also, you can cut off about four miles of the loop by turning right at later signage. You'll also cross the paved bike trail a couple of times.

This is a typical Twin Cities suburban trail with lots of turns and few trail junctions. You're mostly in the woods pedaling and focusing on the singletrack. There are a couple nice benches along the way if you're looking for a place to stop, with small vistas looking across marshes and ponds in the Lake Rebecca boundaries.

While the trail may have a couple more hills than many of the trails in the Twin Cities area, the terrain is not difficult as there are no notable obstacles.

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Jul 21, 2017
Ben Walter
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Jul 9, 2017
Adam Milnes
Jun 21, 2017
Graydon Betts
Oct 20, 2016
Chris Lindemann
Weather has been beautiful for days and for some reason this trail is closed

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  3.7 from 6 votes

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