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Sherando Park Mountain Bike Trail

 3.7 (6)

3.1 Miles 5.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

122' 37 m

Ascent

-113' -35 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

6%

Max Grade (3°)

738' 225 m

High

701' 214 m

Low

Shared By David Duke

Conditions


All Clear 14 days ago
Muddy History

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A tightly packed singletrack with roots being the technical aspect.

David Duke

Dogs Leashed

Features -none-

Family Friendly Plenty of bail out spots to a paved and gravel multi-use path.

Description

This trail is tightly packed which makes the best possible use of the area. These trails are in a county park surrounded by neighborhoods.

The trail drains well and has a fair amount of roots. It is not too hilly. The trails are tight and twisting. The trail is divided into sections A-F with a change coming every time you cross a path.

The park map can be found here: co.frederick.va.us/home/sho…

Section F towards the end has a split. Take the right fork for a bit more trail. Go left to get back to Landgrant Ln. This way is a bit quicker.

Contacts

Local Club: Winchester Wheelmen

Dec 27, 2015: test

Feb 21, 2013: Google Groups

Feb 21, 2013: Join the Wheelmen

Land Manager: Frederick County Parks and Recreation

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Check-Ins

Aug 18, 2018
John Graham
8mi
Aug 3, 2018
Derrik H
Jun 16, 2018
Pete Warker
Fun Trail. They added a singletrack open field Section G. Trail is now approx 3.5 miles. 7mi
Apr 16, 2017
jeff taylor
Dry and fast. 8.4mi
Feb 6, 2017
jeff taylor
Trails are wet/tacky as of 2/6/17. 4mi
Nov 27, 2016
jeff taylor
Dry with last trail leaf covered. 5mi

Trail Ratings

  3.7 from 6 votes

#11588

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  3.7 from 6 votes
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Rankings

#335

in Virginia

#11,588

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Directional single track that's pretty well built and maintain. Nearly flat with no technical sections though there are some roots. No rock garden or other trail features. Since there's no hills or climbs and no tech...I give it a green. Basically a beginner level trail. It's short so you'll have to do several laps to get in some miles but overall...it's a fun little trail system. Sep 25, 2017

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