Erie County Trail
The trails that are still open to bikes tend to be straighter, wider and muddier. But the park offers stunning natural beauty and is a fun place to ride.
The park is spills over on to both sides Genesee Road. The north side is smaller and offers a few loops of single track.
On the south side, you can enter the trails either on the main dirt road, or on the ski trail loop on the east side of the park. The ski trail loop cuts through a growth of pine trees. Most of this trail is wide and straight. Also, the only link to other trails in the park has been designated "no bike" (yellow blaze), so you can't connect up with other trails unless you head back to the road.
Down the dirt road you can climb to the plateau. From this point, there are several long fire break trails that penetrate deep into the in the woods. They are steep enough to get your blood pumping! Many of these can be seriously muddy!
The best trail leaves from the dirt road after it descends for a second time and crosses another creek. Following the trail as it chases the creek brings you into an area that is a virtual twin to the Adiron Dack Wilderness. The trail dead ends at a big beaver pond. However, not all your tracks need to be retraced, as a snowmobile trail joins it about half way back to the dirt road.
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