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Pine Hill park - Rutland, VT - Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures
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Single-Track Adventure Climbing Free-ride Fun Fear      Trail work Scenery Technicalities
2 1 2 1 3.5 1 7 2 1 3.75
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Description -   So we finally made it to pine hill and WOW what a trail system.  I have never seen this much trail work anywhere, the result is a really fun network of trails with a good mix of terrain.  When I heard they "removed all the rocks from the trails" I wasn't too sure what to think.  Questions like "why?" and "how?" come to mind.  Well the resulting trail surface is a fun, buff and fast with lots of berms, switchbacks and twists.  Not exactly my dream trail, but still had a day of fun.  Couple free-ridey things, once nice 3 foot drop, and a log ride to name a few.  Trails were laid out perfectly for climbing and descending.  Some pretty Epic bridges in there too..  I take my hand off the the builders!

If your looking for technically challenging terrain, you might wanna go elsewhere.  But if your just looking to rip some fun twisty trails, then gidde-up.

Loops - Prolly ride everything in 2.5 hours

Pre-ride Music: Apollo 440, cant stop the rock.
Total Miles: 12 ish??
Elevation Change Feet - MOderate, climbs are not bad at all.
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