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NY - Cathedral Pines - Long Island Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures - Review By L.I.S. (Long Island Steve)

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Directions - Take the Long Island Expressway to Exit 66, Sills Road.  Follow Route 21 North for about 3 or 4 miles.  Cathedral Pines is on the left right before Longwood Road.  There is a small charge on weekends.  When you enter the park, there is parking area on the left.  You will probably see other cars and riders.  The trailhead is right there.

Description -   This is a nice tight and twisty, one way singletrack loop.  It is approximately 6 miles with several diamonds, none more than 2 miles, for a total of 9 miles.  Not a lot of elevation gain but some steep short climbs and rollers.  Some nice technical riding for the intermediate rider.  Any beginner could do the main loop but the diamonds might require some technical skill.  Very well maintained by C.L.I.M.B. (Concerned Long Island Mountain Bikers).  Map available online at: www.climbonline.org.  The trail circles a campground so you are never more than a half mile from help.  Very well marked.

GPS Info:  N 40 51.893'  W 72 56.388'

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