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Lippman Park Loop

Intermediate

Trail

5.9 mile 9.5 kilometer loop
95% Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 695' 212 m
Descent: -694' -212 m
High: 670' 204 m
Low: 299' 91 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 4% (3°)
Max Grade: 24% (14°)

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Lippman is a very nice park; you'll find up and downhill, rocky sections, bridges, jumps, and fast, winding singletrack.

Alberto Vanoli

Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown

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Family Friendly Picnic area with playground and duck pond adjacent to the beginner trails (Crazy Eights, Tadpole, Thunder). Beginner trails are very well designed for progression with berms and tiny rock gardens.

The park closes at sundown.

Overview

This is a fun park with multiple trails connecting each other. This quick loop utilizes the best up and down sections of the park.

Need to Know

This park has many trails and it is very easy to get lost, so be prepared with a map or the MTB Project mobile app and just keep the pond as a reference. This loop is quick and uses the best trails of the park (my opinion), but you can spend hours in this maze of trails.

Description

Start from the parking lot and follow the road on the right of the pond, and you'll find the Tadpole (1) on the right. Climb up. At the top, cross the paved road and get onto Lyon's Gait (16) you'll find yourself in a maze of trails. Don't panic as they will all end up at one of the two ends, (you want to end up at the north part). Meanwhile, have fun. These trails are easy up and down singletracks

Lyon's Gait (16) goes all around the capped landfill, and it will take you to the west side of the park. From there, Lower Ledge (4) will take you to the Grand Junction. Here, I take the expert section Viper (14) (note I mark this ride as intermediate not considering this section). This section is a quick downhill with four open jumps not good for new riders.

My next stop is to get to the top of the Cyclone (10). To get there, there are many trails. Keep Cyclone (10) as a reference point. At the top, you start the fun downhill back to the Grand Junction, then instead of getting onto Viper (14), you'll continue on the Thunder (3), which will lead you to the bottom of the park.

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Nov 26, 2019
Bruce Scott
good times.. wet leaves all over , so be safe
May 28, 2019
CSM 16.0
3.7mi — 1h 09m
May 25, 2019
CSM 16.0
Smaller than expected. Fun routes either way
May 19, 2019
Ron Santini
Little muddy, but trails are empty and nice. 2mi — 12h 00m
Apr 3, 2019
Daniel Franz
Aug 5, 2018
Andrea Brooks
green n blue 5.9mi
Jun 27, 2018
Adam Mattessich
Entrance to Anaconda and Chupacabre are a bit overgrown. Otherwise trails in great condition 8mi
Dec 6, 2017
Abe Ferraro
Good loop trail takes you all over the park...easy to get off track but all of the trails are good and head back to this loop...Recommend! 5mi — 2h 00m

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1 of many bridges on Galloping Gert and this side of the park.  They all have expanded metal sheets on them for traction over Trex decking.
Dec 6, 2017 near Napanoch, NY
Singletrack Tadpole - Thunder - Grand Junction connector
Jul 12, 2018 near Napanoch, NY
Discarded bikes mark the trails...
Apr 7, 2013 near Napanoch, NY

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