I recently returned from an epic dirt riding trip. Check out the video: Some hills are just too tough. Slippery, Slimy Mud on hard packed rock.
Did it back in On my old GT Outpost hardtail. My teeth still hurt. Yes No September 23, Review: Great, rugged trail system. Be prepared to do some hike-a-bike and bring a lot of water. There is a water pipe on the firewood near where orange and purple trails cross to fill up.
Yes No June 2, Review: Returned to my home trail in May of after a decade of riding other parts of the USA. This is my favorite natural singletrack trail, period. The Signal Knob loop takes a lot of strength some trials skills to navigate without dabbing.
I have cleared every section at least once, but never all in one day. Yes No August 16, Review: This is a trail for advanced riders. Like the other reviews said you either are going to love or hate it is that simple. It has to be one of the most technical trails in the Northern Virginia area.
This is very rugged terrain with lots of rocks. You can say it is nature at its best little human intervention but it is just plain rugged with a few fire roads mixed in. Be prepared to do some hiking in some areas near the top but the views and experience is well worth it.
Let's just say you will have to hike-a-bike in some areas as the rocks are not rideable. The fire road up to Signal Knob is steep and will require everything you have to climb it. Expect your legs and lungs to be burning when you get to the top.
Plan ahead and take plenty of water as it will be required. Expect to get your feet wet while crossing the several creek crossings or just dismount and cross on the rocks.
Might I recommend the following route if this is your first time out here. Take a picture of the trail maps with your phone or camera and put your phone in airplane mode so your battery won't die as there is no signal out here anyway.
Leaving the Signal Knob parking lot take the Orange Blue trail up to the Blue trail, then pick up the White trail on the left across from the Maneka Peak Trail sign which says it is 2. Never fear if you pass it there is a pink trail further up on the left that will connect you to the purple trail.
This will take you up past the Strasburg Reservoir.TRIP DESCRIPTION DOWNHILL, UP COUNTRY RIDE National forest and plantation access jeep tracks with ruts, rock gardens, mud and sand traps, besides a few steep down hills sections, great for beginners and Nature lovers. Elizabeth Furnace is a other mountain bike trail in Front Royal, Virginia.
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