Seven Lakes - Trail, Holly, Michigan

Seven Lakes - Trail, Holly, Michigan

DESCRIPTION

Easy trail that is usually muddy but the scenery is pleasant.

USER REVIEWS

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[Sep 22, 2004]
trickten
Weekend Warrior

Good: It's a good trail for beginners and kids. Pretty scenic in the fall. Bad: Watch for muddy spots after rain. Trails need maintaince! Many of the trails criss-cross each other so it's easy to get lost.

Customer Service

From I-75, Exit 101 and follow the signs. Head into the boat launch and trail head is 1/8 of a mile away, if that.

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3
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1
[Mar 15, 1999]
Dave S

It's an easy trail that is usually muddy. it's hard to get any speed on it and it seems like the upkeeping on it is not that great. Nothing really spectacular but it is the first trail I ever road and it got my hooked. Good for beginners.

Customer Service

Not sure, find a map. I always seem to find a new way to my car every time I ride it.

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3
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[Sep 30, 1999]
Robert

This is one of the first trails I ever rode, and found it pretty challenging as a beginneer. As my skills have increased, it is still quite fun, when taken with considerably more speed. This is not a tough trail, but has some nice scenery (lakes, and a creekbottom filled with flowers & other green stuff this summer). I ride this place when I want to ride for the isolation and beauty, rather than parking-lot BS and lotsa technical stuff--I have never seen another biker while riding, although there are a very few hikers. The trails do get sloppy in spots, so I wouldn't ride here right after a rain or in early spring. There are a lot of unmarked trails, so don't just ride mindlessly, or you might end up lost. I think there is probably about 8 miles total of trail here.

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3
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[May 06, 2000]
me

These trails are EASY yet muddy at times. A great place to ride if you like scenery and seclusion. Don't expect a bunch of tight, technical singletrack. A good place to go with a family and picnic supplies.

Customer Service

just ride you can pedal forever without getting tired out on these trails.

Similar Products Used:

Bloomer(a step more difficult than 7 lakes)

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2
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[Aug 07, 2000]
Willard

It is not all that difficult to get lost in a loop out here. The green trail makes a big circle, however, the red trail meets up with it in the middle of the woods and the itty bitty yellow trail cuts the green in half. If you don't make any turns you will get out real soon.

I prefer the green trail the most, the back side is rather challanging with a lot of mud and hills, a few wood-plank bridges over swamps.

A lot of fun and fast. Good for beginners and intermediate riders, and experienced riders looking to get a few quick and fun miles in.

Customer Service

The red trail is the longest and most difficult but the green trail is a hoot!

Similar Products Used:

Holdridge Lake - Maintained by the Mich. Mtn. Bike Assoc.

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2
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