Spider Lake Trails

Pine River, Minnesota

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These trails aren’t marked for mountain bikes, and the ski markers are hard to read in the summer, but don’t sweat it. Take a good map and a compass and just ride. The trails wind and twist and turn and have plenty of challenging climbs and gnarly descents. A logging road and snowmobile trail run through the western edge of the trails for a sure way out if you lose your way. I especially enjoyed the little hidden ponds and lakes nestled among this dense hardwood forest. There is plenty of challenge for the experienced rider, and more relaxed riding for folks new to the sport. The following ride description will get you started on the long loop. Numerous ATV trails also intersect the ski trails, so this could easily be a place to play for a good part of a day. Tread: Mix of grass, hard-packed dirt, gravel road, and loose rocks on wide trail and singletrack.
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Mountain Biking Minnesota

by Steve Johnson (Falcon Guides)

These trails aren’t marked for mountain bikes, and the ski markers are hard to read in the summer, but don’t sweat it. Take a good map and a compass and just ride. The trails wind and twist and turn and have plenty of challenging climbs and gnarly descents. A logging road and snowmobile trail run through the western edge of the trails for a sure way out if you lose your way. I especially enjoyed the little hidden ponds and lakes nestled among this dense hardwood forest.

There is plenty of challenge for the experienced rider, and more relaxed riding for folks new to the sport. The following ride description will get you started on the long loop. Numerous ATV trails also intersect the ski trails, so this could easily be a place to play for a good part of a day. Tread: Mix of grass, hard-packed dirt, gravel road, and loose rocks on wide trail and singletrack.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Pine River
Distance: 7.9
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Duration: 50 - 90 minutes
Season: Best June through October
Local Maps: USGS Spider Lake
Driving Directions: Directions to Spider Lake Trails

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Apr 2018