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NY - Ferncliff in rhinebeck Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures
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From Kingston: Go east over the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge (Rt. 199) to first traffic light, Right on River Road, bear left at fork on Mount Rutsen Road, Right into parking lot at sign.
From South: Take Route 9 north through Village of Rhinebeck. Left on Montgomery Street, this will turn into Mount Rutsen Road. Left into parking lot at sign.
From North: Take Route 9 or 9G south towards the Town of Rhinebeck. Follow signs towards the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge (Rt. 199). Approx 1 mile before bridge, turn left onto River Road, bear left at fork on Mount Rutsen Road, Right into parking lot at sign.

Description - Nothing too crazy here, but some decent trails if your in the area with an hour to kill..  Looks like a few people do ride here regularly.  Some nice sections of singletrack, a few drops, one log ride and a jump..  Very small area - pretty crazy view from the fire tower.


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