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Pleasant Ridge Park

 3.3 (3)

3.4 Miles 5.5 Kilometers


40%

Singletrack

166' 51 m

Ascent

-165' -50 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

6%

Max Grade (3°)

912' 278 m

High

848' 258 m

Low

Shared By Shawn Parnell

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This is a very fast ride that offers something for riders of all abilities.

Shawn Parnell

Dogs Leashed

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Overview

This series of loops is comprised of very fast doubletrack with a few new sections of singletrack with bridge crossings. It's flat for the most part with some short climbs and descents.

Need to Know

The new singletrack trails are starting to get used by hikers and joggers.

Description

Start from the parking lot and head south. Immediately after the grassy climb, you have a couple options for fast singletrack. Both of which will bring you out to Berryhill Trail. If you keep heading south into the field, you can go left or right.

If you go left, Laird Trail will eventually lead to the backside of the park and one of the fastest sections of trail off of Forster Trail. If you go right, you'll have a grassy climb on Kelso Trail to deal with before a slight downhill into the woods. You then hit Forster Trail in reverse, which involves a slight climb.

There are a number of new unnamed singletrack trails off of most of the main trails.

Contacts

Land Manager: Fairview Parks and Recreation Authority (FPRA)

Oct 22, 2018: AvoniaRented

Oct 22, 2018: AvoniaRented

Oct 22, 2018: AvoniaRented

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Jul 24, 2018
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