Goto connect.garmin.com/explore and search for mountain biking GPS tracks in that area. Tons of stuff west of Harrisonburg in the mountains. Also lots of rocky stuff all around massanutten mt. too.
If you like rocks this is a great ride. Many of the rocks are embedded and ride-able. It's pretty intense but fun at the same time. Like MtnPat says, a good FS ride. Pics from that loopmtnpat said:When in Luray you are pretty much bordering the George Washington National Forest (it's about 5 miles to the West) and hundreds of miles of sweet trails. Most of the trails near Luray are very rocky but very fun, I recommend bringing a bike with big tires and suspension if possible. The closest trail system would be the Kennedy Peak loop made up of the Stephens Trail and a nice portion of the Massanutten East ridge line. Stop in Hawksbill Bicycles in Luray and talk to Joe, he can tell you all about it.
Just for the part of the mountain that is part of the resort (Hoo Ha - Super D is on resort property). The resort is at the south end of the mountain near Harrisonburg. The rest of the mountain and trails are on Forest Service property - open to the public and free (Stephens Trail loop included) The mountain is 30 or more miles long.Borland said:Looks promising- I will def leave some of my skin there =D
For Massanutten Mountain I need to have an annual pass, is it a true statement?