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NEPMTBA and myself hit up Lackawanna State Park on Monday, the temps hit 99 degrees
Very cool flowing trails, with the longest Roman Roads I ever seen.

At the Dam




NEPMTBA's Redline


First real test for my new Gary Fisher HiFi Deluxe.





 

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Nice new ride, Dirtrider!!! That looked like an awesome ride, I'm just not so sure about this freakin' heat!!! Ride on!!!:thumbsup:
 

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THANKS! You only live once right?

Yea, it was hot, especially out of the woods, tonight should be a scorcher!
 

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Shawn333 said:
Nice vids, do you remember what trails you rode in the vids?
The only name I remember was Snowflake, I remember thinking how ironic, it's almost a 100 degrees and were on a trail named snowflake.:D
 

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Sweet video's. I'm a NW Jersey guy and not very familiar with the PA trail systems. Is Lackawanna located in the Scranton/Clark Summit area :???:

Any local feedback is much appreciated.
 

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Yeah. Just north of Clarks Summit off of the Scott exit of 81. It's fairly smooth with some decent climbs and fun descents. If it's wet, forget it! The rocks are flagstone and turn into summer ice. The roots get slick too. If it's dry though, it becomes super fast and flowy. The trails are broken up into about 6 sections. The maps at the park are kinda useless. There's one on the Hubbard website in my signature, but there's no trail names. Find me or someone else to take you on a ride if you want to see the whole park. Ttyl, Fahn
 

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LF, thank you for the 411 and the invitation. Much appreciated. My extended family lives in the area and I'm planning a weekend trip in the next 4+ weeks or so. I'll reach out if it materializes.

If you're ever in NW Jersey and want to hit up some of the local trails (Allamuchy, Stephens State Park, or Deer Park), please do not hesitate to reach out. All three are minutes off of Rt 80 and about 25 min from the Del Water Gap. IMHO, Allamuchy is in the top 3 parks in the state...just saying.
 
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