Duncan Hollow

New Market, Virginia

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This ride's general location is 5 miles east of New Market. Scenery includes roadside trout streams, dense woods, mountaintop views and a spectacular panorama of Page Valley. Novice riders who feel comfortable with a 20-mile out-and-back on hard-packed road may want to ride to Camp Roosevelt and the return along the same Forest Service roads. The loop includes a good bit of scrambling along rocky single-and double-track and should be reserved for riders whose fitness and bike handling skills are intermediate or better. Half this loop is on a well-maintained national forest road. The other half is a combination of rough jeep trail and some of the finest single-track you're likely to find in these parts. Be sure to stop at the one-quarter-mile Massanutten Story Trail near the start to learn how the Mountain evolved out of an ocean.
Mountain Bike! Virginia

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Mountain Bike! Virginia

by Randy Porter (Menasha Ridge Press)

This ride's general location is 5 miles east of New Market. Scenery includes roadside trout streams, dense woods, mountaintop views and a spectacular panorama of Page Valley. Novice riders who feel comfortable with a 20-mile out-and-back on hard-packed road may want to ride to Camp Roosevelt and the return along the same Forest Service roads.

The loop includes a good bit of scrambling along rocky single-and double-track and should be reserved for riders whose fitness and bike handling skills are intermediate or better. Half this loop is on a well-maintained national forest road. The other half is a combination of rough jeep trail and some of the finest single-track you're likely to find in these parts. Be sure to stop at the one-quarter-mile Massanutten Story Trail near the start to learn how the Mountain evolved out of an ocean.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: New Market
Distance: 17
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Difficult
Season: Year-round, except when there is snow and ice.
Local Contacts: Lee Ranger District, George Washington National Forest 540-984-4101
Local Maps: George Washington National Forest Map of the Lee Ranger District; USGS Hamburg
Driving Directions: Directions to Duncan Hollow

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Apr 2018