Alexander Park Right Loop Trail

At A Glance

Moderate

3.3 mi one-way

Difficulty Rating: 3.3
Steepness: Hilly
Tread Condition: Some Obstacles
Blaze Color: Red

Description

The more tight-and-twisty of the two loops at Alexander MTB Park. However, it's not extremely so and there are some fast sections too. Riders are asked to go counter-clockwise on this loop, and it's mostly well-signed and easy to follow. The trail hops on and off of old roadbeds and newly-constructed tread, with plenty of variety and technical areas to spice it up. There is one small creek crossing - the only one in the park. Travels near the active landfill area - unfortunately, yeah, you might smell it a bit right along this section of the trail. But for the most part you don't hear or see the landfill from the trails.

Intersecting Trails

  • Alexander Park M3 Loop
  • Barn Road
  • This trail is located in the Alexander Mountain Bike Park area. For a list of all the trails in that area, see the Alexander Mountain Bike Park trails list page.

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