North Prong

Judy Gap, West Virginia

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A really nice ride that gets progressively more technical toward the end. Expect to see beaver ponds, fern-filled woods, and maybe a beaver or some deer. The last little bit is a really steep (but short) climb. Highlights: Beaver dams and ponds, bogs, waterbars, stream crossings
A really nice ride that gets progressively more technical toward the end. Expect to see beaver ponds, fern-filled woods, and maybe a beaver or some deer. The last little bit is a really steep (but short) climb. Highlights: Beaver dams and ponds, bogs, waterbars, stream crossings

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Judy Gap
Distance: 6.6
Elevation Gain: 4,080 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Duration: 2 hours for intermediate riders
Driving Directions: Directions to North Prong

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6/25/2007
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This place is alright. As soon as you pass Elza trail on the right, the road turns into single track - but is completely overgrown with some thorny bushes (black berries, maybe). Its not ridable, really.Youll end up having to push/walk/carry the bike through the thick bushes. Also, these bushes conceal large rocks in the single track, so if youre trying to ride through - be very careful. Good trail if you dont mind huffing it. Be prepared to have some scarred legs from the thorns though.



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