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Penobscot Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures

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Directions - Take Interstate 81 to exit 164 toward NANTICOKE. Take exit 2 towards Ashley.  Make a left at the top sign. Take Middle road until you cannot go any further. At the stop sign, turn left and then follow road which will be bearing right until next stop sign. Turn left at next stop sign onto Kirmar Parkway and follow Kirmar Pkwy for approximately mile to Regional Equipment Center on right. Trailhead 1 parking is on right just before Regional Equipment Center. To access Trailhead Two parking, travel an additional mile along Kirmar Parkway. Turn left onto Brown Row, and Trailhead 2 is mile on right.

Description -   Good beginner track with a difficult beiginning and end. Was not really any segments that were not able to ride; however, I would suggest starting at Trailhead 2 and ending at Trailhead 1.  Not really any views, mostly through trees and open plains. 

Loops -Single Orange Loop.

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Total Miles: 2
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