Rocky Point

Main Loop: 16 miles
Advanced Sections: 5 miles
Difficulty: Beginner to Advanced
Helmet & Eye Protection: Required
Required Permit: DEC
Open Season: April – October 31

By far the trail with the fastest lines and most flow, Rocky Point is a great trail for the beginner or advanced rider looking to log some miles.  There are multiple loops within rocky point making it perfect for someone who is on a deadline but put them all together and you can be out there several hours.

The family trail is a packed dirt fire road perfect for the beginner or kids. There are three different family trail loops, Firestone, Pine, and Outback, 3.0, 4.8, and 5.8 miles respectively.

The main trail is designed for intermediate riders and finishes off at approximately 13 miles; the west side loop is 4 miles. With all of the diamonds you clock out after 21 miles of smooth single track. Keep your eyes open for new sections near space landing.

The trail is usually closed November to March for hunting. When open, Helmets, protective eyewear, and a permit are required. The trail is maintained by DEC and C.L.I.M.B. with work parties held once a month when the trail is open. If you are interested in helping maintain the trail keep an eye on the C.L.I.M.B. message boards.

 

The DEC permits can be obtained here.

Take a closer look at the Trail Map.