Water Company - TRAIL

Water Company - Trail, Williamsport, Pennsylvania

Singletracks which connect with some fire roads. Mostly uphill. Singletracks go all the way to the top of mountain. Steep. others circle around the side of mountain and meet the roads.

User Reviews (5)

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Will   Weekend Warrior [Sep 25, 2010]

these are some very nice trails. there is tons of them. you can also go to the top of 554 off of route 15s. at the top of the mountain there is a parking area with a gated road. if you go across 554 there is a gated snowmobile trail if you go out there about a mile there are some trails that cut off to the right and down to the water company trails there are a few trails down in there that are fun. i suggest to take a map that is available at the water company on jacks hollow rd. plus you must sign in over there to ride on any water company land.

Similar Products Used: rider park. its a fun place to ride. there are some sketchy spots lol.
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Ryan Young   [Apr 11, 2000]

These trails are great!! You can ride for miles and get a good workout. They are lots of fun too. Fire roads and lots of singletracks. Singletracks go to the top of mountain.

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Check out the awesome singletracks.

Similar Products Used: Try fire roads in Rauchtown Pa.
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glenn burgess   [Apr 23, 2000]

great climbing workouts with many different loops. Get someone to show you the excellent single tracks all levels of skill. Please obey the rules. Some really great workouts but be ready to climb

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same as r young

Similar Products Used: Ryder park in warrensville pa
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glenn burgess   [Nov 30, 2000]

Nice new single track with tech section and and a single track switch back climb to the top of jacks hollow. Group ride early sundays please keep it clean! all levels of riders and it helps if you can climb welcome to pa

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same as above

Similar Products Used: rider park in warrensville all levels of riders
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Bill Reilly   [Jan 14, 2001]

After parking and riding to where the trail starts, go right for about half mile, then turn left on Remington Trail. This road goes uphill for about 4 miles before branching off, but I recommend riding on one of the many single tracks that head right off of Remington. Ideal technical riding, however the area is highly wooded and you can get easily disoriented in this large expanse of beautiful forest. Lots of deer, some bear sighted during warmer months. I'd not recommend you do this trail alone or without someone who has a USGA map or has been here before. FYI, bluebird trail is closed for the season. If you have the gear, join us on Sundays all year long. Heat, rain, cold - It doesn't matter if you love it hard enough!

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Same as above

Similar Products Used: Rider Park - but it's not nearly as big
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