Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures
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From NYC and Long IslandTake the Lincoln Tunnel to Route 3 West to Route 46 West to Route 23 North or Take the GW Bridge to Route 80 West to Route 23 North. Follow Route 23 North to Route 515 North to Route 94 South to Mountain Creek From Central New Jersey Take the Garden State Parkway North to Exit 153 to Route 3 West to Route 46 West to Route 23 North To Route 515 North to Route 94 South to Mountain Creek. From Philly Take Route 95 North to Route31 North to Rote 202 North to Route 515 North to Route 94 South to Mountain Creek From Upstate New York Take Route 17 to Goshen/Florida Exit. Follow signs for Route 17 A to Florida. In Florida, take Route 94 West Through Warwick, New York. Stay on Route 94 (which becomes 94 South) and Follow to Vernon, NJ. Make a right at the stop light in Vernon, continuing on 94 South. Mountain Creek is one mile down 94.
Description - Finally hit Diablo, and I gotta say was very impressed.. Speaking from someone on the low end of DH, I think this place is great for progressing. Started out with the one intermediate trail and was stoked to see some fun lines and Features. FYI there is only one intermediate trail, ratings seemed dead on.. Expert trials were fun as hell with really nice technical rock lines and ample features, most lines required little quantemplation, just a quick eyebrow raise and peer over the bars before pulling the trigger.. Didn't hit all the double diamond trails but like the ones we rode.. Quite a few lines require a good look-see before you pull the trigger, and then some.. Lift service was very efficient, didn't wait in any lines. Trails were maintained extremely well and labeled clearly.. If I had one request for diablo, it would be to move the mountain a little closer to wallingford.. 100% satisfied customer.
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