HERRONTOWN WOODS - Trail, Princeton, Jersey

HERRONTOWN WOODS - Trail, Princeton, Jersey

DESCRIPTION

A small set of trails technical and rocky. You can mix some trails and get two miles out of it.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jun 19, 2005]
esackman
Weekend Warrior

Ever since 2002, this trail has not been updated on its review. Today, I rode this trail for the first time and realized that this trail hasn't been maintained since 2002. I would not recommend this trail to any rider since you will be wondering where the trail is to getting off your bike multiple times to avoid the chest high logs.

Customer Service

N/A

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N/A

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[Jun 28, 1999]
V-mon

closed, closed, and closed

Customer Service

This place is closed. Don't get caught riding here, it's an arboretum. I got chased out by some old princetonians.

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Go to Woodland Preserve, a couple miles away by Princeton day School off Great Rd.

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[Jul 22, 1999]
peter mcpherson

to see whats going on in the world on NJ biking go to:
www.homestead.com/njr/enter.html

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5
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[Mar 05, 2002]
pta

neither this nor woodfield permits biking

Customer Service

none

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D&R canal park allows biking

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[Mar 13, 2002]
Toshi Woudenberg

This trail is great! If you put it together well you can get in about 2 to 3 miles of singletrack w/o looping! its got great technical areas as well as downhills and streams and logs! I highly recommend it!!!

Customer Service

Starting at 27(Nassau st.) turn onto snoden lane, then take that down a ways. You will get to climb after about 1 min then it will be on your left (you pass roughly 3 left turns). If you get to a T with a white fence you have gone too far. Its a paved road so its decieving but it leads to the trail.

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Chimny Rock also kicks ass!!!

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4
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[May 12, 2002]
Adam Spar

Techy: logs, root, streams. big baby-head rock garden. Can get muddy at times. Intended for hikers (I think biking is prohibited) but I've never seen any park people in there. The only downside is that they dont move big fallen trees out of the way, so sometimes you have to pull a little "cyclocross-ing" (ie. pick up the bike and walk 4 feet)

Customer Service

Check the map at the trailhead, find the longest route. FYI: The blue trail is flat and really muddy after it rains. Take the trail right across from the entrance (not at the end of the parking lot)Go up and bear left at the abandoned house. Then take the trail on your right (big uphill). After that your home free, almost all downhill. After you double back across the open grassy area, bear right at the turns for some kickass downhills, streams, and other fun stuff.

Similar Products Used:

Mercer County Park

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4
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