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North Shore Trail

Intermediate
 3.7 (10)

A great out-and-back that runs along the shoreline of Blue Springs Lake.


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Map Key

4.5

Miles

7.2

KM

Singletrack

895' 273 m

High

804' 245 m

Low

200' 61 m

Up

227' 69 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

7%

Max Grade (4°)

Dogs Leashed

E-Bikes Not Allowed

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Description

This is a great trail for several reasons. If you're cutting your teeth and learning to ride, it presents some good riding without sustained climbs and harsh obstacles. For the more experienced, it's a fun place to rip it to the end and back. There are a number of trails that split off at various points but it should be easy to keep on the main trail.

Contacts

Shared By:

Gary Dahlem with improvements by Todd Posson

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  3.7 from 10 votes

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  3.7 from 10 votes
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#192

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At the end of the trail looking back
Aug 22, 2017 near Blue Sp…, MO
Ride along a cove
Aug 22, 2017 near Blue Sp…, MO
Nice straight open area great for recovery or making up time.
Aug 22, 2017 near Blue Sp…, MO

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Aug 17, 2020
doug hinkle
the trail on the east side is in pretty rough shape. we struggled a bit to get through it. closer to the west side the trail is better. 6.5mi — 1h 20m
May 23, 2020
Gregorio Esser
Nov 24, 2019
Stacey Payne
Nov 10, 2019
McKenzie Bronson
Jul 12, 2018
Brian S
Rode with Jeff today. Getting a little better every time.
Jul 9, 2018
Brian S
Possible vandalism. Found downed trail marker. Indicated difficult part but wasn’t near offshoot. Approx Lat 39.0089 Lon -94.3254.
Jun 30, 2018
Brian S
Accessed trail from Woods Chapel Road.
May 15, 2018
Chris Sylvester