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This is a natural, flowing singletrack trail that makes "you feel like you're out there."

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814' 248 m


769' 234 m


158' 48 m


146' 44 m



Avg Grade (1°)


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Family Friendly Pure singletrack flowing with berms, whoops, and pump-tracks that any skill level can walk, ride, or run. Fun!!

Need to Know

The Kintionki trailhead is a half mile ride from the Bloodroot Trail parking lot. The Bloodroot parking lot is across from the Otter-Run Interpretative Center and Trading Post, which is in the Salamonie Lake campground area (9214 Lost Bridge Rd W, Andrews, IN 46702).

From the parking lot, head out on the Bloodroot Trail on mowed grass for a half mile until you see the Kintionki trailhead sign.


This pure singletrack is a flowing trail with berms, whoops, and pump-tracks. There are no long hill climbs, just a lot of flowing trail that any skill level can walk, ride, or run.

From the Kintionki trailhead sign, you'll ride north on a short section of mowed grass as you head to the forest. When you reach the forest, you'll find four miles of pure flowing singletrack. After four miles, you'll reach the east end of the Kintionki trail as it Ts into the Bloodroot Trail, which is mowed grass. You can ride the mowed grass (inbound Bloodroot Trail) back to the Kintionki trailhead sign, which will complete a 4.5-mile clockwise loop OR turn around and ride Kintionki in the other direction (east to west) and get another four miles of FUN!

There are many beautiful viewpoints on the close to five miles of the Kintionki loop as it winds through the tall forest and along the ridges and peninsulas of the high ground that borders the 2,855-acre Salamonie Lake.

The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma Preservation-Committee named this trail. The Miami name of Kintionki means "place of the eagle," and there are several bald eagle nesting sites in the Salamonie Lake area.


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Nick Hancock

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Newly constructed berm, a lot of speed and a lot of fun!
Aug 3, 2018 near Andrews, IN
White Knuckle berm is ready to ride! The materials used are all re-cycled from other demolition projects.
Jun 25, 2023 near Andrews, IN
90% of the singletrack runs through the tree canopy of a mature forest.  This short section runs throught the pines.
Aug 3, 2018 near Andrews, IN
Moosakni Point - Stop in to the Salamonie Reservoir Otter Run Intrepetive Center and ask about the legend of Moosanki
Aug 3, 2018 near Andrews, IN
There are two 'Pump Track' sections and three Whoop sections for the 'roller coaster' lovers on the trail
Aug 3, 2018 near Andrews, IN
Bloodroot and Kintionki Trailhead Parking Lot - Across from Salamonie Reservoir Otter Run Intrepetive Center and Trading Post
Aug 3, 2018 near Andrews, IN



Current Trail Conditions

Bad / Closed 61 days ago
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May 13, 2023
Emilie Austin
1h 00m
Jan 20, 2023
Buck Bronco
Lots of leaf litter and not rideable to it's extremely wet.
Apr 20, 2021
Len Johnson
Take the scalpel 4mi
Mar 6, 2021
Really nice trail. Lots of cut backs over saddles. Some fun technical stuff. Good trail to ride. — 8h 00m
Oct 11, 2020
Mike Robles
Sep 13, 2020
Mayu San
11h 00m
Jul 8, 2020
Steven Gerber
Dry, fast, fun 8.3mi — 0h 46m
Jul 11, 2019
Billy Cole
Had a great time! This is the first time I rode this trail and I loved it!! Bring tools next time

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