6.6 miles
562 ft
-561 ft
1,355 ft
High Point

Park at the park office located near the route 96 entrance.

Facing the office the trail head is to the right. Ride for approximately 100 yards and you will come to the maintenance shed parking, lot turn left and look for the Shawnee trail. It is not clearly marked.
At .2 miles turn right continue following the Shawnee Trail.
At .3 miles go left at the "Y"
At .5 miles turn left onto a grassy access road.
At .9 miles cross a hard road and through the gate.
At 1.0 miles turn left onto the Lakeshore Trail . You will cross over the breast of the dam. Stay out of the spillway!!!!
At the intersection of Lakeshore and Fobes trail go left.
At 1.4 miles (top of a small climb) stay straight on the access road.
At 1.8 miles go through the gate and continue on the hard road.
At 1.9miles turn right onto Felton
At 3.1 miles (top of a climb) go left and continue on Felton
At 4.0 miles you will turn left at the hard road
At the restroom you will see the Lakeshore Trail, turn right.
At 5.1 miles (parking lot #2) you will see the Field Trail head straight ahead.
At 5.2 miles turn left
At 5.3 miles you will turn right at the hard road. You should be at the bridge
At 5.8 miles turn right on to Forbes Trail
At 6.0 miles turn left onto a grassy access road. You will cross route 96 onto Turner Camp Road.
At 6.3 miles turn left onto the old campground entrance.
At 6.5 turn left and ride back to the park office.

Detailed Description
LHORBA SSP Intermediate is a 7 mile moderately popular intermediate route located near Schellsburg Pennsylvania. This mountain bike only route. This route includes 3 trails. This route climbs 562 ft with a max elevation of 1,355 ft then descends -561 ft.
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Laurel Highlands On & Off Road Bicycling Association (www.lhorba.org)
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More Stats for LHORBA SSP Intermediate mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    -1 ft
  • Altitude min
    1,174 ft
  • Altitude start
    1,292 ft
  • Altitude end
    1,293 ft
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  • Grade min
  • Distance climb
    3 miles
  • Distance down
    3 miles
  • Distance flat
    1 mile
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