Bass Ponds Loop

Bloomington, Minnesota

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If you’re a beginner, come to Bass Ponds. If you’re a racer, it’s still a great place for a spin. The whole trail is on wide, smooth gravel with no hills. The section west of Cedar Avenue is a great place to spot different bird species, and the east side takes you around the ponds and close to Long Meadow Lake. There are always ducks and herons and muskrats hanging around here in summer. There may be a good supply of hikers on weekends, so don’t use this area to redline your speedometer. Tread: Entire loop is on medium to wide gravel trail.
Mountain Biking Minnesota

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Mountain Biking Minnesota

by Steve Johnson (Falcon Guides)

If you’re a beginner, come to Bass Ponds. If you’re a racer, it’s still a great place for a spin. The whole trail is on wide, smooth gravel with no hills. The section west of Cedar Avenue is a great place to spot different bird species, and the east side takes you around the ponds and close to Long Meadow Lake.

There are always ducks and herons and muskrats hanging around here in summer. There may be a good supply of hikers on weekends, so don’t use this area to redline your speedometer. Tread: Entire loop is on medium to wide gravel trail.

©  Steve Johnson/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Bloomington
Distance: 3
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Easy
Physical Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 15 - 25 minutes
Season: Best June through October
Local Maps: USGS Bloomington
Driving Directions: Directions to Bass Ponds Loop

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