Explore the most popular Mountain Biking trails in United States with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

My favor ( love it) a lot of fun if you have 4 wheels drive, easy hike and so much to see Good place to camp too

hiking
1 day ago

A lot of fun Would love to go back here soon

Watch out for rattle snakes!! 4 spotted next to the trail. Great hike but won’t be going back until winter.

Nicely paved path, definitely not a hike. There is even a bathroom along the path. High traffic path with runners and cyclists. If you go all the way to the end, you will end up at the San Joaquin River Parkway and Conservatory.

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1 day ago

I can’t get enough! My fav trail for hiking and running. Beyond gorgeous!

The trailhead shows that this is a 5 mile round trip hike. I did it in less than 2 hours with lots of time for pictures and relaxing at the top.

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no shade
1 day ago

Great view of the surrounding mountains. Completely in the sun though so come very prepared. Wasn’t difficult and a good distance if you have enough water

Loved this trail especially for this time of year! The temperature is perfect right now and it’s basically all shaded in forest. So many lady bugs at the rope so be on the lookout for that

Just moved to the desert and this was an amazing hike to right out the gate. Not very difficult and perfect for seeing what the desert has to offer. Lots of shade in the morning too so it’s not too hot. Still bring lots of water though.

Love this trail. It’s definitely a difficult hike but the pay off is so worth it. Every turn is breathtaking

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rocky
1 day ago

This trail is at the end of Colorado Ave in Telluride. There is a parking lot at the base of the trail, but there are other parking lots on the way up. However, it’s recommended that low clearance vehicles park at the bottom. Hikers share the trail with bikes, ATVs, and cars. The trail itself is a dirt road. Beautiful views of Telluride and the surrounding mountains. Part of the way up, there’s a path to the old mine area, where you can get a great view down the valley, but you have to cross a rickety bridge to get to the mine itself. Continue up past the falls to get to the power station, which is currently closed for construction. You CAN pass the gate, but enter at your own risk. The note above is incorrect. The trail is not washed out. This note is probably referring to Black Bear Pass. BBP is still open to hikers, but the local 4x4 outfits have mostly stopped running it.

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rocky
1 day ago

Great single track, very rocky and hard on the equipment. One of the more technical 10 miles I've done in a while. From the parking area for the first 10 min there was a lot of trash and litter but all in all I found the trail a good challenge. Bring plenty of water.

Great trail with great views of the river. Easy hike to take the kids on, you can find some access points to the river along the way, some nice sand and good places to rest with the kids.

Fort Ben does a great job maintaining their trails. This is one of my favorite trails in Indiana.

Such a great trail! Clean, open, beautiful, bathroom along the way. Leads you to a beach. Beautiful.

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rocky
1 day ago

Good beginner trail. Short technical downhill areas, some small berms and jumps. REMEMBER TO USE A BELL! Very highly trafficked, most of the trail is wide enough to pass without a problem.

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bugs
1 day ago

The road to the trail head was closed, so I got an additional 0.9 miles uphill added to the hike. It was a really nice hike, but there were tons of bugs. Not very steep, but continuous incline virtually the entire way to the top. Lots of shade when I went. Would definitely recommend.

This was listed as a moderate hike but I feel it should be categorized as easy. Felt like a walk through the woods. It hit the spot for a short hike. We were in and out in about 45 minutes.

Very lovely place. I’ve lived in Brimfield for years but have never visited Dean Pond. The loop around the pond was a little confusing at first to find, but not too hard.

Nice evening hike after work.

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blowdown
muddy
1 day ago

Great spot for an easy walk...as others have said, trails are not well marked and not always easy to follow (especially with leaves down) so make sure you know where you’re going before setting out. Great views of the fall foliage; there were a few blowdowns across the path and it does get muddy after rain.

It’s a beautiful place with a small stream of water or river.. whatever it is. There is a Smell or burnt trees, it looks like it has been burned down for fire control. Other than that I lived it and very close to homes fees very safe. Just watch out for a few homeless people at the entrance of the hike.

Great stroll with a fantastic view on a clear day but not a hike. Used the side street to get up to the cross as the botanical Rock garden was a $7ea to enter

hiking
1 day ago

Nice. On the far eastern leg found two bed down sites for some deer. The western twisty parts of the trail have bike ruts from mountain bikers, footing can be tricky if you’re not paying attention to the ruts. Great history with the McKinney house and Gristmill remnants.

This trail was alright. It is an improved trail paralleling the river. The trail is wide and flat and well maintained. It is noting super exciting. There is a lot of dog poop scattered everywhere. There is also an overwhelming odor of manure or homeless poop on large portions. Not my favorite but beats running through a neighborhood.

The Williamson Overlook is the 3rd-in upper loop trail of McKinney Falls SP. One nice view of Williamson Creek at the start. There were two camps of ferrel humans in the creek bed halfway in on the Williamson Overlook Trail. Note, to get to Williamson Overlook from the Lower Falls of the State Park, you have walked the first half of 2 other trails (Homestead and Flint Rock)... about 2.5 miles in. So plan accordingly and bring water when it’s hot.

hiking
1 day ago

Flint Rock Loop is the second of the three upper trails at McKinney Falls SP. Great little trail, well maintained and well marked. Be advised you need to get there after 1/2 the 3 mile loop that is Homestead Trail. No frogs in Frog Pond today.

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rocky
1 day ago

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over grown
1 day ago

Nice little hike, with views on two sides and some pretty flowers, however the second half was quite overgrown. I would wear long sleeves and trousers as the Flora is pretty prickly. On the very last bit, there was also some poison oak. There’s a bench halfway with a nice view of the sea. At one point, my dog stepped on a small snake. Luckily it just slivered away. I’m really not a big fan of snakes so thank the old gods and the new!

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