Meadowlark Trail is a 3.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Northport, New York that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October.
Intermediate to advanced single track with many logs to ride over. Tight, twisty and technical terrain with some hills to climb. It's a one way loop, follow blue blazes. Horses may be on fire road crossings, speak up and be courteous.
I ride this trail a lot, and the mix of tech terrain, obstacles, and climbs makes it really interesting. The red loop with the concrete is a nice challenge, and the trail stewards are always adding something new.
I liked very good track, has some very technical sections .. I missed lungs jejejjee
I had a blast with my girlfriends. Granted it was a hot day but we persevered and finished it! I think I made two non-hikers into hikers. Maybe. Lol Not sure. Definitely something to do again in the early fall. I give it 3 stars just for the heat and lack of as much scenery. It's more of an intense biker trail!
This is probably an excellent biking workout - I'd say it's moderate for hiking, but hard for biking. I hiked the trail. There's not a lot of flat areas - most of the time you're either going uphill or downhill. Don't let my rating discourage you, there just isn't a lot to see making it "good", but not "great" or "exceptional".
Wandered around these trails as a teen...glad they're still there.
Really nice trails. It has a whole lot of trails ranging in difficulty. Some are easy and some are hard.
Great trail, great work out. It's short but lots of turns and obstacles. I loved it. Can't wait to hit again next week. Go easy your first time cause you never know what's around the bend.
a fun, technical trail but a lot of poison ivy. other than that its a great trail !
Biked Meadowlark today and it was amazing; I am able to crush Stillwell; today Meadowlark crushed me. The new double black diamond was the hardest challenge I have had in a long time; found myself walking quite a bit. The main loop is loaded with log obstacles, whoop dee doos, tight trees and quick turns; definitely had me thinking more than usual. Not sure if it was the heat or what but the workout I got was awesome!!
I'd say Meadowlark and Glacier Ridge are the best LI has to offer.
Oh, the trail is marked very well so no worries on getting lost....
This is a great trail. Short but lots of logs and climbs. Clean trails and not a lot of riders as far as I can tell. A must if you have the energy to do this trail and wither Glacier trail before or after.
Great trail overall nice flow. Not too demanding on cardio however If you're prone to falling when riding over logs and dippy doo’s wear your elbow pads.
The only thing that would have made this trail perfect if it were a little faster. However it was challenging not impossible and fun. Definitly NOT A beginner trail. Trail was 5 mile loop. Lots of hills, tight turns, downhills and log rolls. Singletracks were pretty essy to follow. Definitly recommend this trail to anyone who wants to have a quick workout while perfecting there craft.