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Maggie Rocks

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0.4 Miles 0.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

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16' 5 m

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467' 142 m

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451' 138 m

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A snaking singletrack that makes you work in either direction.

Eric Ashley

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Dogs: Leashed

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Maggie Rocks starts at Service Road 1700 and ends at an intersection with Service Road 1600 and Service Road 1610. It can be ridden in both directions, but you'll have to work a bit for either. This is best suited for those looking for more demanding cross country.

From the south, head into the thick forest that surrounds Maggie Rocks and get ready for snaking singletrack. The bumps, roots, and tight corners of this trail can make it challenging to carry speed as you pedal. You'll either rise to the occasion or dislike the resistance. As you head north, the forest opens up more before you end at the road intersection.

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#496

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