Holdridge Lakes Loops is a 5.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Holly, Michigan and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and mountain biking and is best used from April until October.
Did the West loop on October 24, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. It was 53 degrees, a bit cold but not too bad. Definitely need long pants and long sleeves. The trail was awesome with the color change, covered with colorful leaves all over and woods were simply beautiful
good scenery, nice trails, love it
Beautiful, Up North feel. Single-track trails that range from beginner to expert. Very well maintained.
I have biked this trail for a couple of years. I normally go thru the West Loop which is the moderate one 4.8 miles and then the North Loop which is easy 1.8 miles. There is also an East Loop about 9 miles but that's for experts.
Multiple loops for different skill levels. north loop is a short fast easy sprint. the west loop is more challenging and the tech loop is fun. The most challenging is the east loop. Its about 16 miles long with lots of tight turns and short climbs. Overall a great set of trails.
attempted the East loop and yes you should know what you are doing and be comfortable on your bike. I only completed 11 of the 15.5 miles thankfully because of the short cuts. very challenging and technical but well maintained.
Super wet yesterday. Multiple people turning around including myself. Might need a week of good weather to dry out.
This trail was an absolute blast, the most difficult trail even has a short cut if you aren't feeling up to going the full way on the trail. The only down side I found to this trail was that it has a lot of bugs but this is a bad season for bugs. The most difficult trail is quite technical but thats what makes it such a great trail
This place has a trail for all levels. The tech park is really fun. East trail ( grubbers grinder) Is challenging and very tiring, but doable and a lot of fun.