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Trail #1

 4.0 (1)

1.2 Miles 2.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

65' 20 m

Ascent

-114' -35 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

736' 224 m

High

636' 194 m

Low

Shared By Chris Cue

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Mix of singletrack (some flow and some tech) and wide cross-country trails.

Chris Cue

Dogs Leashed

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Trail #1 starts next to the Mountain Bike Parking area at Codorus State Park. It's a nice singletrack run with some good moderate flow to start. Where the trail begins to straighten out, look for a fun little jump.

From there, the trail starts to pick up speed and turns left with a little drop at the bottom of the descent. The next straight section brings riders to an intersection with options to go right, left, or straight. The best option is to continue straight. This will lead to some switchbacks and short flowy sections that open up to a wide section of trail.

Take a right here and go for about 20 yards and follow the sign for the trail to the right. Cross another wide section of trail to a new section of Trail #1. This section of Trail #1 is relatively flat with some roots and switchbacks mixed in.

Continue across a wide section of trail into some more nice flow and twisty and rooty bits. This will take you to the base of the first descent. Cross the trail and head up a short techy climb. Trail #1 ends with some twists and a log-over at the start of Trail A which leads to Trail #2.

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