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The Marienville Bike Trail is part of a system of roads and trails in the Allegheny National Forest. The trails are open to mountain bikes, trail bikes, and ATVs and are rated as difficult because of...
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This is a great trail to enjoy a peaceful leisurely bike or horseback ride for a few hours. The scenery is beautiful. The trail is mostly shaded. The trail is grass covered in spots. There were very few people. There are several gated stops along the way which makes the trail harder for horseback riding. Fun ride.
Parked at the Redbank Valley and Sligo Spur intersection. I have rode the Redbank many times and decided to ride the Sligo today. From mile 0 to 4.8 is all up hill. Supposedly less than a 4% grade. The next 2 miles are down hill, next 1.6 uphill, and the last .6 downhill. The trail will just end at a dirt road. The trail is mostly through woods and cinder trail that is in very good shape. You will also see three beaver dams(mile 1.0, 1.2, and 6.8). You will also crossover three streams that are orange from mine run off. This is not a trail for beginners. The uphill is some work. Most of the downhill part you will coast. RPD1 Sept 21, 2020
We rode out of Emlenton, where you can only ride north. We did a total of 24.5 miles, out and back. The trail blacktop was buckled in areas, it was worse coming back. Otherwise, it was a gorgeous ride. Heed the warnings about a flashlight. The tunnels were around miles 7 and 12.25 going north from Emlenton. You can’t see anything in the tunnels without light.
In addition to the nearly 10 miles of the Oil Creek State Park Trail, you can access this trail for a safe way to get to Titusville. Nice paved trail.
Enjoy this trail very much traveling through the State Park. Plenty of shade and a very quiet ride.
We parked in Petroleum Center (or Centre...take your pick). There is a lot at the Park Office .Rest rooms and picnic shelters nearby.
Traveled North on the trail to the Titusville end at Drake Well. Saw some deer from a distance.
Once at the North end of the trail we crossed the road to access Queen City Trail for a few additional miles.
In Titusville there are places to eat and purchase water if you need.
You can also bike over to nearby Drake Well park. It's open, seasonal.
On 09/05/20 we rode this trail from end to end and it definitely lived up to expectations. There are several high bridges along the way which provide for some really nice views. I imagine that in a month or so when the leaves are showing their colors the views will be spectacular.
This is 100% asphalt. Very pleasant bike ride. There are very few highways to cross. I love the part next to the river. There are many places to stop, sit, and watch the river. The loop alone is about 6 miles.
We took our tow along burley bee on this trail and it was very smooth. My daughter wasn’t bounced all around even though the path is crushed stones.
It’s part of out rail trails tour of 4 states. This trail is well maintained, easy to ride on our gravel and cross bikes, and just a nice ride. Our only “issue” was lack of a rest room at either end.
Rode this trail with my wife from Emlenton north. A beautiful, peaceful ride along the river. After the Kennerdell tunnel, about a mile further, we came to the blockade preventing any further trail cycling. A posted sign pointed to the detour and the dravel roadway of this trailer park. The roadway is not flat, and I say gravel “lightly” as it is actually stone and or river rock. This is unridable due to danger of balance, etc. We rode hybrids with 32cc wheels. We were unwilling to walk the detour. Perhaps if we were younger, we would have walked it. But there are plenty other Rail Trails to find and ride. So at this almost 14 mile point, we rode back to Emlenton. To say this is a disappointment is an understatement. Unsure how the trailer park purchased the land and then decided to disallow the passage of bicyclists. So, 28 miles for the day, but once again, a beautiful ride.
Just finished an out and back (Cattaraugus-Salamanca). Nice trail but it was dry when we rode it. If wet it would be dicey. Shady on hot days (88 when we rode). I would recommend it but no road bikes!
I enjoyed riding this scenic trail along the river. The trail was in great shape
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