- Beginner Trails: are generally dirt, unimproved or paved roads with relatively smooth riding surfaces and gentle terrain. Little or no riding experience is necessary.
- Intermediate Trails: are generally single-track or jeep trails with variable riding surfaces and moderate hills. Some previous riding experience is recommended.
- Advanced Trails: are generally challenging single-track trails with difficult terrain and steep hills. Technical trail riding ability and conditioning is recommended.
- Single Track Trails: generally include hiking/foot trails, most snowmobile, cross-country ski and horse trails.
7th Annual Champlain Canalway Trail Bicycle Ride in 2019
The primary goal of the bike tour is to get people out to see why the idea of creating the Champlain Canalway Trail is a worthy one. The cyclist will get to see some of the amazing historic and scenic resources found along the Hudson River/Champlain Canal corridor and begin to appreciate all that the…
Northwest Bay Trail
The trail runs east for a short while then turns south. The trail has rocks, exposed roots, and is narrow for the most part. The ride has ups and downs, some sections require getting off your mountain bike and walking. Town: Bolton Directions: The trailhead is at Clay meadows on the east side of Rt….
Gurney Lane Recreation Area
New 8k of marked, single track trails has recently been built by Wilderness Property Management (Steve Ovitt). Trails accommodate beginner, intermediate and advanced riders. Maps available on-site – working toward additional trail development in hopes of creating destination trails. Also available, 4+ miles marked trails for hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing; pool, playground, picnic…
Feeder Canal Towpath Trail
Trail follows original 1820’s canal system, most of which is off road. Cross intersections with care. Easy ride on stone dust surface. Listed on New York State and National Register of Historic Places, National Recreation Trail system. Walk, bicycle, paddle; cross-country ski, snowshoe. Glens Falls, NY 12801 Phone: 518-792-5363 http://feedercanal.com Directions: I-87, Exit 18 (Glens…
Jabe Pond Trail
This is a short, one-way trail to a popular fishing pond. A 7 mile loop is possible by traveling Split Rock Rd., Battle Hill Rd. Dodd Hill Rd and Rt. 9N, using Jabe Pond as a side trip. Town: Hague Wild Forest: Lake George Directions: Take Split Rock Rd west from Rt. 9N. Travel 1.5…
Winter activities include downhill, cross-country skiing, snow-boarding, tubing, snowshoeing. Non-competitive family-oriented events, regional and Northeastern ski races. Lift/Lodging packages available. Scenic gondola rides, mountain biking, festivals, hiking. Open May – October for mountain biking activities. The challenging terrain, services by the Northwoods Gondola, descends 1700’ vertical. Riders can enjoy single track and open ski trails….
Garnet Hill Lodge & Resort
Originally developed for cross-country skiing in the 1970’s, the trail network has been expanded with single-track trails to suit mountain bikers of various riding abilities. Guided bike tours available with advance arrangements. Ask about our all-access Adventure Pass and for a truly unique experience. Mountain bike rentals available for the whole family, full or half-day….
Caroline Fish Memorial Trail
Multi-use trail, variety of terrain for varying skill levels of mountain biking; biking. 11 km of novice-intermediate cross country trails; night skiing; snowshoeing. The Caroline Fish Memorial Trail is part of the town of Chester Recreation Area. Operated by the town, the facility has a rope tow, lighted ski hill, ice skating rink, warming lodge,…
Disclaimer: All bicyclists taking part in WCSQBO Rides bear full responsibility for their own safety; assume all risks encountered; and advised to use good judgment when traveling on the shared bicycle/motor vehicle roads or any off-road paths/trails. Bicyclists must remain alert to traffic and changing road conditions and have the same responsibility as motorists to obey traffic laws/regulations. Routes are chosen, designated, and assigned because they are popular, lightly traveled, and scenic. WCSQBO assumes no liability for personal injuries or property damage suffered by any bicyclist and does not take responsibility for the conditions of, or changes or updates to, the paths/trails or routes listed.