BSC (Pioneer Park) Trail - Trail, Bismarck, Dakota

BSC (Pioneer Park) Trail - Trail, Bismarck, Dakota

DESCRIPTION

Starts next to Community Bowl or the scenic site above Pioneer Park and winds all over the place and goes under two bridges.

USER REVIEWS

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[May 05, 2011]
prairie_plow
Cross Country Rider

Overall decent trail to mix things up. As stated previously it is a spider web of trails, which makes for a lot of options. In my opinion their are too many options, but overall some decent longer routes. One of the shortest trails in town with great scenery.

Customer Service

I suggest starting in the top parking lot off of burnt creek road. starting down the pavment and hitting one of the first sections of single track. when your finished you will come out by the river road paved recreation path. Follow that and just after the zoo entrance is another small trail in the trees. About a 1/4 mile technical trail with some jumps.

Similar Products Used:

Sleepy Hollow, Adventist Academy, Sunset, Fort Lincoln, and my favorite LAKE HARMON.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Apr 24, 2008]
rethnk
Weekend Warrior

This is a fun segment of trails that run back and forth through the trees, up and down hills, under bridges, basically like a web, only of fun single track. The trails are anything from easy to somewhat difficult. The great thing is that you can make it as challenging and long as you want. All depends on your preference.

Customer Service

I like to start at the indian villages and head down the hill on the paved bike path and then a couple of single tracks sprout off of it. Head down which ever you choose, that's the beauty of this trail.

Similar Products Used:

I wouldnt recommend any.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jul 26, 2007]
Craig
Cross Country Rider

I rode this trail about two to three times a week for three solid years! The trail is open about late march to november. Good flowing singletrack. climbing which will get you in shape for fruita or the maah dah hey. the best urban singletrack in bismarck. the loop will take about 30 minutes to lap and 3-4 laps will give you a good workout. the trail is the fairly scenic with nice views down to the missouri river, but has fairly constant noise from I94. in dry years the grass on the sides of the trail in very minimal, but overall the terrain is fun and not terribly challenging. in the spring the hills will leave you winded, but by july you'll be able to rip them fairly quickly. go to epic cyclery for the local scene and a cup of joe. top the evening out with some pasta and a brew at the walrus. peacock alley downtown is a kewl older bar and the broken oar in mandan is also a great time.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jun 25, 2007]
dbleoh7
Weekend Warrior

A decent trail for climbing and descending in short spurts. not much open area to open up though. is not maintained very well and sometimes has long grasses along the trailside that hits your legs and gives you lesions

Customer Service

start at the scenic spot about a block West of Wendy's fast food joint and then go wherever

Similar Products Used:

Adventist Academy. Sleepy Hollow sucks; don't even go

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
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