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Mountain Bike Trails

Fern Park

Location: Inlet South Shore Rd.
Distance: 30+ miles (multiple loops)
Difficulty: Easy / Intermediate / Expert
Description: These trails are for adventurous MTB riders. Double and single-track trails loop up,
down and around Fern Mountain with lots of elevation change.

Moss Lake with spur to Bubb, & Sis Lakes

Location: Big Moose Road, just north of Eagle Bay

Distance: 2.6 mile loop with optional 1 mile spur to Sis & Bubb.

Difficulty: Beginner to intermediate 

Description: The trail around Moss Lake is gentle rolling double track hills. Take the spur trail to Sis & Bubb Lakes, nice single track, mostly easy to intermediate. This is fast and fun.

Town of Webb Trail System

Location: Between Old Forge & Eagle Bay

Distance: Up to 100 miles (multiple trails & loops)

Difficulty: Beginner / Intermediate / Expert

Description: These trails are mostly part of the snowmobile trail network. They're generally easy with rolling hills and a few steep grades. There is easy access directly from Old Forge, Eagle Bay, Rondaxe & Big Moose. You can also get on the train in Thendara and they will take you to Carter Station in the middle of the trail system. There are a few single-track trails that shoot off the main trail system. These trails are a great family fun trail system.

Razorback Pond

Location: On the West side of Twitchell Lake Road near the parking area.
Distance: 1.9 miles
Difficulty:  Beginner / Intermediate
Description: Short one-way trip past Silver Lake and ending at Razorback Pond. Note: Trail crosses some private land.

Safford Pond

Location: Northern access is the Safford Pond Trailhead on Big Moose Road; Southern trailhead is on Rondaxe North Shore Road.

Distance: 4.5 miles

Difficulty: Beginner / Intermediate

Description:  This trail starts off by Rondaxe rd. as a Beginner trail and then past Stafford pond turns to more of an intermediate trail. Trip connects Big Moose Lake and Lake Rondaxe. (A 16.5-mile loop is possible using Rondaxe Rd., Rt. 28, and the Big Moose Road.)

Black Bear trail to Bug Lake & Morgan's Miles

Location: Inlet and Raquette Lake (Sagamore Road, Eighth Lake Campground, Uncas Rd. loop)

Distance: 7mi. / 14mi. / 22mi.

Difficulty: Beginner / Intermediate

Description: Explore this turn of the century transportation route by mountain bike. This loop includes flat dirt roads that are appropriate for beginners as well as more challenging off road trails for the advanced rider. Ride a section of the trails or do a 14 or 22-mile loop.


Seventh Lake Trail

Location: Seventh Lake Rd. in Inlet

Distance: 4.4 miles

Difficulty: Intermediate

Description: This trail is nice tight single track on fairly level terrain that goes past Seventh Lake lean-to. The trail runs right along Seventh Lake so there are multiple places to swim.

Sucker Brook Bay Trail

Location: Raquette Lake via the Browns Tract/Uncas Road

Distance: 8.5 miles.  The loop around Lower Brown Tract Pond adds 2 miles

Difficulty: Beginner / Intermediate

Description: This is an easy ride passing between Upper and Lower Brown Tract Ponds to Sucker Brook Bay on Raquette Lake. Access to the main trail is from Uncas Road along the South/East shore of Upper Brown Tract Pond.

Raquette Lake Rail Trail with Spur to Brown Tract Canoe Carry and Eight Lake Lean-To

Location: These trails are between Uncas Road and Route 28 and the rail trail (a.k.a. old dump road) runs between Upper Brown Tract Pond and Raquette Lake village. 

Distance: Rail Trail 2.5-miles; Spur to Eighth Lake Lean-To 1 mile 

Difficulty: Easy to Intermediate

Description: The rail trail is flat and scenic. The spur is rolling terrain. You can link this trail to other trails, such as the Black Bear/Bug Lake trail, to create longer loops.

Mitchell Pond

Location: Moose River Recreation Area 

Distance: 4 miles

Difficulty: Beginner

Description: This is a great place for the whole family with easy rolling terrain. The trail is an old roadbed that ends at Mitchell Pond. Access is from the main Plains road near the Otter Brook Road intersection, a.k.a. the 'Big T'. Do not attempt to make this a loop from Red River in the summer - it's too wet to ride.

Beaver  Lake
Location: Moose River Recreation Area /Otter Brook Rd.
Distance: 4.3 miles
Difficulty: Beginner
Description: This is a great place for the whole family with easy rolling terrain. This trail is an old roadbed that ends at  Beaver  Lake.

Limekiln  Lake
Location: Limekiln Lake Campsite Limekiln Lake Rd.

Distance: 3 to over 20 mile loop
Difficulty: Beginner / Intermediate / Expert
Description: These are double and single-track trails that connect to the Fern Park trail system. There are a few wet sections. These trails are also connected to Third Lake trail off of South Shore Rd.