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2.9 Miles 4.7 Kilometers


90%

Singletrack

321' 98 m

Ascent

-317' -97 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

15%

Max Grade (9°)

2,651' 808 m

High

2,366' 721 m

Low

Shared By Zach Yomboro

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A quick ride utilizing two of Ohiopyle's best MTB trails.

Zach Yomboro

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Overview

This is a great way to start any day in Ohiopyle. Get a quick warm-up on the fast and flowy Canyons Edge Loop then head up, up, up and down the backside of Sugarloaf Knob on the Kim Trail.

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Park in the Sugarloaf Mountain Bike Area parking lot (Sledding Hill Lot). From here, cross the road and head into the woods on Canyons Edge Loop. We usually do laps on this loop until we are good and warmed up—this trail rides great in both directions so feel free to try it both ways.

When you're done warming up, head back across the road and climb up towards the sledding hill. The Kim/Sugarloaf Connector enters the woods on the right—follow that up to a four-way intersection. At the four-way, turn right onto Kim Trail and follow it all the way up until you reach the very top of Sugarloaf Knob.

From here, the real fun begins: enjoy flowy singletrack, switchbacks, and berms all the way down the backside of the Knob. At the end of Kim Trail, you merge onto Upper Sugarloaf Trail and head back towards the car on the Kim/Sugarloaf Connector.

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Dec 20, 2018
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