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NY - Stillwell Woods - Long Island Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures

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Directions - Take the Long Island Expressway to Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway, Route 135 North.  Take the 135, North to next to last exit, 25 East (Jericho Turnpike).  Go east on Route 25 for about a mile.  Make a left onto Southwoods Road.  Go North for about a miles past Woodbury-Syosset Road.  Just after you pass the school on your left, you will see the entrance to Stillwell Woods Park on your right.  It is a large soccer field.  Stay to your right and drive all the way to the end.  There you will find the trailhead.  Ride around the metal gate and about 100 or so feet on your left is the entrance to Stillwell Woods trail.  The trail to the right is the Nassau-Suffolk Greenbelt tr

Description -   This is a short, technical one way singletrack loop.  Very well marked.  Only about 3-4 miles.  Don’t' be fooled by the distance.  It is mostly climbing and descending with some flats, and sand.  It's the kind of trail that never lets you rest till the end.  Some great technical stuff and short steep downhills.  Do several loops for more distance

GPS Info:  N 40° 49.920'  W 73° 28.733'

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