Ruby Campground Singletrack

Port Huron, Michigan

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Developed by local riders about six years ago, this ride offers steep switchback ascents and descents that plunge straight down small but rugged hills. Luckily, the most difficult segments of the ride include bypass options. The challenges, however, don’t end with steep hills. Log hops, roots, and slippery, clay-like soil add to the technical mix. Beyond the technical challenges, riders will find a picturesque route, crossing Mill Creek twice and meandering along a tree-lined singletrack with section names like Aaron’s Island, Tommy’s Trilogy, and Amyr Odyssey. Tread: 4.6 miles of singletrack, 0.4 mile of dirt road.
Mountain Biking Michigan

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Mountain Biking Michigan

by Erin Fanning and Keith Radwanski (Falcon Guides)

Developed by local riders about six years ago, this ride offers steep switchback ascents and descents that plunge straight down small but rugged hills. Luckily, the most difficult segments of the ride include bypass options. The challenges, however, don’t end with steep hills.

Log hops, roots, and slippery, clay-like soil add to the technical mix. Beyond the technical challenges, riders will find a picturesque route, crossing Mill Creek twice and meandering along a tree-lined singletrack with section names like Aaron’s Island, Tommy’s Trilogy, and Amyr Odyssey. Tread: 4.6 miles of singletrack, 0.4 mile of dirt road.

©  Erin Fanning and Keith Radwanski/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Port Huron
Distance: 5
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Easy to Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 30 - 90 minutes
Season: Best spring through fall
Local Maps: USGS Ruby
Driving Directions: Directions to Ruby Campground Singletrack

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