Nudraper Bike Trails Orange Loop

Draper Mtn Bike Park, Oklahoma

Distance0.6mi
Elevation Gain176ft
Trailhead Elevation1,270ft
Top1,273ft
Elevation Min/Max1234/1273ft
Elevation Start/End1270/1264ft

Nudraper Bike Trails Orange Loop

Nudraper Bike Trails Orange Loop is a hiking and biking trail in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is within Draper Mtn Bike Park. It is 0.6 miles long and begins at 1,270 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.2 miles with a total elevation gain of 176 feet. This trail connects with the following: Nudraper Bike Trail Green Loop.

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5/5/2018
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2/23/2014
Awesome mix of trails. All very windy. The blue and red trails both had a lot of obstacles. Berms, Jumps, Ramps Skinnies and Northshore. The Green trail was very flowy. A very fun place to ride and the trails are very well maintained. I wish there were more technicle sections and more downhill but I guess that is hard to find in a flat state like Oklahoma.
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1/6/2011
I have been here a few times since it has been around, and have to say of the 3 places to ride in OKC Metro, it is by far the best! Trails are very well marked,!
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10/7/2010
This place is the Disney Land of single track biking. Well-maintained, easy to follow, & fun to ride. I’m a Boston city rider and this was my first single track course and first time out West in soft banked, high speed turns…very exciting, but I went slow. However, the course is perfect for flying at full speed if you’re experienced. I found the best approach is to combine the Green and Blue course. Start with the Green and then take the Blue loop soon after and connect again with the Green. The Blue is hard pack where the Green is more sand and loose. Go before 3:00 PM or all the serious, up-scale locals/after work crowd invade the area. Be careful to avoid the trees. PS: Take exit 159 not 9
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11/26/2007
If you are traveling across the state east or west on the 40 as we did and need to get on your bike for a small work out , this place is great. Very close to the 240 therefore not a detour for the travelers. These peoples with the support of Oklahoma city have done a great job tracing 12 miles of single track on 180 acres.Very fast, rolling non technical but fun single tracks, very well marked. The parking lot offers , toilets , picnic table, a map, it is very well organised unliked most mountain bike trail head parking. If you want your girlfriend to fall in love with mountain biking , this is the place.She will enjoy this park.If you are looking for technical terrain this is not the place. The trails are very well maintained and well designed considering the terrain they have to work with. Richard Spenard from Ste Adele QC. CDN
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7/10/2006
This is a great group of trails. The Green trail is a good level trail of approx 6.5 miles. This trail makes for a good cardio workout and when the sand is heavy it also is a good quad workout. The Yellow trail has a good mixture of hill and tree exposure. The approx 4.5 mile trail can get very hot in the trees and keeping hydrated is a chore. The yellow trail is a great workout and keeps you on your toes with the sandy burms on turns. The red trail is definately for the high end rider. This short 2.5 mile course demands a decent bike and good body protection. I have crashed many times on this course and I dont recommend riding it alone. All the trails are nicely marked and have bailout areas. These are great trails.
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1/1/2001
The best trail in the Dallas Metroplex. The "Expert" Loop is a must. Bring lots of water and ride it early to avoid the heat and the crowds.
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10/27/2000
great trail - be very careful during the summer months and take LOTS of h2o - did the Dorba race and two people had to be taken to the hospital due to heat related injuries. The trail gets sandy in the summer - burn them quads - baby. but all in all a grerat trail mostly single track with a few big long hills to climb... great trail to ride however is CLOSED if it rains even a little bit... gets a lot of traffic on the weekends when it is open though
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Trail Information

Draper Mtn Bike Park
Nearby City
Draper Mtn Bike Park
Parks
Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation Department
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Dec 2018