Webster Park - TRAIL

Webster Park - Trail, Webster, York

Beginners trail. I've been riding it for a few months and I haven't gotten tired. Every time you go down you go right back up again. There are spots that are always muddy and never dry up. Don't try riding through, last time I did my front end sunk a foot and I flew over the handlebars. Some areas are ruined due to trail abuse by equestrians, which are illegal. The trails wind around the cabin areas in places but don't freak when you see one, there should be a hundred other trails leading away.

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chopstix1861   Cross Country Rider [May 16, 2005]

I totaly agree with the part about the destroyed parts of the trails by equidestrians. Especially on the first downhill when entering the trail and then theres another uphill climb after that, the singletrack leads you into trees other wise you would have to climb though a creek/mud structure. Always have mud (in certain areas) all year round, no matter how many days of sunlight or 80 degree temp, its gonna be there. I was fortunate not to go over the bars of my bike when i cut through a 6-7 inch deep mud pit going at about 15-20mph. My friend didnt get so lucky though. all in all its a really good trail to hone your skills on. i got a flat going to the right once exiting the first downhill... i have no idea where that takes you, the left rout will take you into a few fields/cabin/tennis courses area which will eventually lead you to holt rd. if you keep going straight. Great for developing and honing new/acquired skills.

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i would go straight from the 104 bike path and go northbound on holt rd. then you can either go into the Main entrance going west on Lake rd. or you can enter through the side (tennis court) entrance on the left when going north on holt rd.

Similar Products Used: i greatly recommend the YMCA trails, its a great mix of all types of riding.
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