Elm Creek Singletrack Trail
Grab your mountain bike and explore 12.7 miles of sustainable trail. Located in the northeast corner of Elm Creek Park Reserve, the singletrack trail is the largest trail of its kind in the northern metro. Built to accommodate all skill levels of riders, the track features 2.2 miles of trail with a difficulty rating of "easy," 8.1 miles of trail rated "more difficult" and 2.4 miles of trail rated "most difficult."
More About Elm Creek Singletrack trail
Designed and maintained in partnership with volunteers from Minnesota Off-Road Cyclists (MORC), the trail provides an intimate experience with the natural surroundings for mountain bikers, hikers, snowshoers and trail runners. The 2.2 miles of trail rated “easy” are also designed to be accessible to riders using adapted hand-powered mountain bikes. The sustainable design of this trail reduces erosion and maintenance needs and makes the trail experience more enjoyable.
Winter Trail Use
Help us protect groomed mountain bike trails in the winter. Overinflating tires, riding in warm temperatures and wearing boots can leave tracks that damage groomed trails. Here are few ways you can help:
- Reduce your tire pressure.
- Ride when temperatures are below freezing.
- Wear snowshoes when hiking on singletrack trails.
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