St. Martin''s - Trail, Rapid City, Dakota

St. Martin''s - Trail, Rapid City, Dakota

DESCRIPTION

There is about 6-9 miles of mostly single track trail with some fire roads. This area has an agreement with a local Monastery and is partly on private and forest service property so tread lightly. There is everything from nice mellow singletrack, technical singletrack, fire roads, and even some free-ride/downhill loops w/ drops. This network of trails is very close to downtown is a great mellow grade place for beginners, single-speeders, and free-riders alike.

USER REVIEWS

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[Sep 25, 2011]
slickrockross
Cross Country Rider

This trail system no longer exists. It was on private land and the owners have now developed this area. It was a great area to ride but now is a retirement community. Fairly big loss for Rapid. There maybe trails developed after the construction is complete, but it may be a few years and it's up to the landowners. Stay out as of now.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Mar 14, 2009]
suzukigsx212
Weekend Warrior

Fun trail if you want to get rid of your riding itch, not much in the way of difficulty if you compare it to trails in the surrounding area but all together fun. Great for those who own a hardtail and don't always to get beat up riding on M Hill.

Similar Products Used:

M Hill, Skyline Drive

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
2
[Jul 30, 2008]
seth clayborne
Downhiller

umm i do the saint martins downhill trail its awesome there are two very fun two/three foot drops that are awesome one though has a very technical terrany atleast for begginers the other one is simple. then theres the rabbit drop that is one of the most flowy drops if done.then you come out in the wilderness park area

Customer Service

take the next left turn after st. martins monestery then go all the way to the top and stop on the left road up by the mining area ride ur bike down that road then climb up the then you will see a trail on the left just follow that

Similar Products Used:

the wilderness park hiking and biking trials like the cross country which is kind of a more technical trail

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
2
[Mar 23, 2007]
boisebomber
Cross Country Rider

pretty good summary provided above. directions.....since no one in RC will make the disticntion....omaha turns into w. chicago. go strait at the light and proceed as above.

winding jeep trails lead you up to crest of hills and around quarries.
at TH youwill see signs saying private proerty, bikers and hikers only, so proeceede.

good aeorobic exercise as you climb about 500'+/- over the 10-12 mi.(this mileage stated by bike shop tech).

nice pleasant ride....take the kids and a lunch

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Mar 23, 2007]
boisebomber
Cross Country Rider

pretty good summary provided above. directions.....since no one in RC will make the disticntion....omaha turns into w. chicago. go strait at the light and proceed as above.

winding jeep trails lead you up to crest of hills and around quarries.
at TH youwill see signs saying private proerty, bikers and hikers only, so proeceede.

not much to see , vista wise.

good aeorobic exercise as you climb about 500'+/- over the 10-12 mi.(this mileage stated by bike shop tech).

nice pleasant ride....take the kids and a lunch

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
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