Though the loop only takes you through beginner and intermediate singletrack, it's still a lot of fun for advanced riders too. Also, the views along the trail are absolutely incredible, making the ride even more special and enjoyable.
If this loop still doesn’t satisfy you, don’t worry, since the loop connects many other trails in the system, you can check out some challenging tracks such as the super duper advanced “Black” and “Red” trails.
Lebanon Hills was built at some point in 2001 and is maintained by the Minnesota Off-Road Cyclists (MORC). This gives the trail some characters that other trails built in the same year do not have.
The ride features some bridges, rocky areas, downhills, berms, and jumps.
The ride starts from the Lebanon Hills Mountain Bike Trailhead where a parking area is available.
Food and drink
Please bring water and food.
This ride first heads into the beginner loop, then out onto the intermediate trail which is an outer loop that circles the park.
Once you've finished the outer Intermediate loop, merge back into the beginner loop close to where you started and head into the upper beginner loop. The Upper Beginner loop is one of the newest trails and features some great fast berms and a jump line that can be re-ridden. Then, we’ll ride the beginner trail back to the parking area after finishing the Upper Beginner.
The trail is closed when wet or during thaws. Check MORC Trail Conditions before you ride.
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