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To the Lean-To

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2.5 mile 4.0 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 215' 66 m
Descent: -118' -36 m
High: 1,971' 601 m
Low: 1,826' 557 m

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Avg Grade: 3% (1°)
Max Grade: 9% (5°)

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Trail from Plymouth Reservoir to Coy Street passing the old Lean Too out in the Statelands.

Rob Baker

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This is the trail from Plymouth Reservoir to Coy Street. Along the way it passes the old lean-to out in the Statelands. The trail can be wet at times, but it's a really neat adventure type of trail!

It crosses some old bridges, with about 50 yards of hike-a-bike in one wet section. It keeps getting better and better so check it out. The little circle of trail on the Coy Street end is where the lean-to is located. Lots of fun!

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Family Friendly, ADA Accessible, Need to Know, Features, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed

Contacts

Local Club: Galena Growlers

Jul 18, 2018: Bus Front Hitch!!

Jun 29, 2018: The NSR-6 Bus Bike rack!!

May 15, 2018:

Land Manager: NY DEC - Pharsalia Woods State Forest

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Out on the trail - the bridge to nowhere!
Dec 11, 2017 near Norwich, NY

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