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Bart Trail

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0.2 Miles 0.3 Kilometers


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Ascent

-136' -41 m

Descent

697' 212 m

High

561' 171 m

Low

14%

Avg Grade (8°)

23%

Max Grade (13°)

Unknown

Update

A double diamond death wish!

Ray Truex

Overview

Camp Mack is owned by the PA Dutch Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Please respect their request to stay out of occupied sites and program areas on weekends and during summer camp. Sign in at the ranger's station at the 501 entrance. Check the SAMBA website for a list of closure dates, trail maps, and hunting closures at sambabiker.com/samba/camp-m….
Dogs: Off-leash

Description

The Bart Trail connects the Horseshoe Trail: Camp Mack to Explorer Lodge Trail in a narrow, rutted, awful drainage ditch kind of way...calling it a trail only is accurate for the first 50 yards of the trail. Beyond that, expect narrow washouts, ruts, progressively larger rock drops, and, towards the end, a drop off of a boulder that could easily be 3-4 feet to a nasty landing below.

Some of these boulder steps can be avoided by going wide, but the last one...well, it'll be a challenge for anyone other than those with DH bikes and a fresh set of undies. Climbing up it would be extremely difficult on a dirtbike...but you are welcome to try.

It's a nasty ol' thing that will eat both man and bike for lunch; it is posted as a warning for those who are drawn in by its alluring first 50 yards!

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in Pennsylvania

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