Bluefield City Park Trail - TRAIL

Bluefield City Park Trail - Trail, Bluefield, Virginia

Fairly demanding with several steep climbs and decents...a few creek crossings and log crossings. The terrain is mainly loose and rocky, which helps it to drain particularly well (unlike many WV trails).

User Reviews (4)

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mtbbc   Weekend Warrior [Oct 17, 2008]

Bluefield received a grant to upgrade these trails and have done a great job . They added a family loop about a mile long, but even better they added alot of nice singletrack w/ switchbacks, tough climbs great flow etc.Trails are also well marked with maps avlble @ main trail head .

Customer Service

Park at left of tennis courts and go right up the bank .or For
Main trail head go past baseball park towards playgrounds & kids fields
, it will be on your right.( park @ baseball field )

Similar Products Used: poverty creek trail system
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5
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4
razorback   Cross Country Rider [Oct 27, 2003]

Surprisingly nice for its location. Many great tech single tracks and demanding DHs. Best climbs around. Complete network of trails, cant do it all in a day so theres plenty of fun.

Customer Service

City Park enter at the gate across from yakitty yak playground

Similar Products Used: hurricane ridge (princeton)
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4
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4
Eye Doc   [May 13, 2002]

I found this trail to be fairly demanding, but fun as well. It makes up for its 5.5 mile length by offering a series of steep climbs and fast descents, with some sharp switch-backs mixed in as well. Most of the trail is in decent shape, but there are a few rough areas. The creek that you ride through at the end can be unridable if following a big rain. Other than that, the trail drains well, and is pretty fun.

Customer Service

Clockwise, starting behind right field of the 2nd little league field at the top of the hill.

Similar Products Used: Pipestem, Hurricane Ridge
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3
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Chaz   [Aug 27, 2002]

very good terain lots of long inclines and on steep downhills. Most of the good trails are single track and downhill if you have never ridden there you will most likely get lost your first time the only way to find out a trail it to go with some one who built the trails or tack it and see where it comes out which is what my friends did.

Customer Service

go to the city park act like you are going to the park but take a right instead of a left there will be a gravel road there the trail starts

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3
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