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green Shavers Lake Road

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Trail

3.2 mile 5.2 kilometer point to point
Doubletrack
Easy

Elevation

Ascent: 155' 47 m
Descent: -386' -118 m
High: 4,381' 1,335 m
Low: 4,045' 1,233 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 14% (8°)

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Trail shared by Shane Bradley

An improved gravel access road.

Shane Bradley

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Family Friendly Be aware of vehicle traffic. Numerous kid's activities await at the base of Shavers Lake Road.

Bike season is Memorial Day weekend through the first of October. Check the website for updated lift and bike park hours of operations. Before starting your cross country ride, stop by the Mountain Adventure Center in the village for a back country trail map and current trail updates.

Description

This road accesses Sporting Clays, Shavers Lake Trail, Shavers Lake beach, Outdoor Adventure Park, Boathouse and the base of Ball Hooter Lift.

For a moderate cross country ride, start at the village, head north on the Snowshoe Walking/Biking Path to Camp 4 condominiums, onto Powder Puff to Shavers Lake Road to the Ball Hooter Lift.

For a cardio ride, start in the village, head south on the Snowshoe Walking/Biking Path to Cheat Mtn. Ridge Trail to 6000 Steps, to Shavers Lake Road to Shavers Lake Trail back onto Shavers Lake Road heading north to Powder Puff to the Snowshoe Walking/Biking Path to the village.

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