WNYMBA and NAMBA at Rothrock

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7 years 2 months ago - 7 years 2 months ago #38877 by bodie6
bodie6 replied the topic: Re: WNYMBA and NAMBA at Rothrock
A few more :lol:

Longberger Trail.


Lower Trail at Shingletown


Nice View
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7 years 2 months ago - 7 years 2 months ago #38876 by bodie6
bodie6 replied the topic: Re: WNYMBA and NAMBA at Rothrock
Like Thom said...there's some fine trails to be had at Rothrock. It's a steady diet of challenging rock gardens, off-camber turns, sweet vistas, twisty singletrack, and enough rhododendrons to make it a "must visit" in early June. There must be 50-75 miles of singletrack here.
Lower Trail at Shingletown.


Tussey Extension.
Thom on Tussey Ext..JPG


Bald Knob at Shingletown



Lower Trail at Shingletown.


Good times.
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7 years 2 months ago #38872 by Moto Mike
Moto Mike replied the topic: Re: WNYMBA and NAMBA at Rothrock
I rode there a few years ago. Definitely fun trails.

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7 years 2 months ago - 7 years 2 months ago #38871 by twright
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about a 3 hour drive to state college, and you get some fine trails...

sorry, can't seem to toss pics up... but believe me it was worth the trip.
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