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      he Flume Trail Network is the original two-wheeled trail destination in the Adirondacks Whiteface Region. The lower trails are smooth and flowing. As you gain elevation on the shoulder of Marble Mountain the terrain becomes increasingly but delightfully technical. This network contains the greatest amount of mileage of any network in the area, and can be linked up with the network at Whiteface Mountain.

      The Flume Trail System is comprised of 10.5 miles of trails open to mountain biking, hiking, cross country skiing, and snow shoeing in the town of Wilmington, N.Y. Enjoy vistas across wetlands, and interesting brook crossings through conifer and deciduous woods.

      Five "easy" trails are part of the Flume Trails System. They are Corridor, Delta, Corridor Loop, River, and Lower Connector. Suitable for any skill level.

      Three "moderate" trails are Bluff, Cedar, and Erratic. A bit more challenging.

      Four more trails are simply rated "hard" because they are. Watch out for Rock Garden, Marble Mountain, Ridge, and Upper Connector.
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      AKA: Wilmington Wild Forest
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      Access Info:
      Flume Trail Trailhead: The trailhead is located 2 miles south of the village center (4 corners) on State Route 86.

      The main trailhead is very easy to find. When in Wilmington drive on route 86 towards the village of Lake Placid. Just before the Hungry Trout Restaurant, look for the Flume Trailhead on your right. Another Trailhead is the Bear Den Parking Lot right at Whiteface.

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