County Line Trail Details
This trail has a combination of grassy double and singletrack that has technical sections and two overlooks of Pleasantville, Lovely, I-99, Cessna, and Blue Knob.
This trail is described from south to north, section by section.
The trail begins as rocky singletrack beginning approximately 0.6-mile from the beginning of Buffalo Trail. This segment empties onto a short stub of logging road before reaching Buffalo Road.
The trail continues on the east side of Buffalo Road as doubletrack for 0.4 mile to the Overlook parking. After crossing a culvert, riders encounter a wall climb which is the steepest part of this trail. Riders going downhill should be alert for loose cobbly rocks. Beginners may want to continue up Buffalo Road to the Overlook parking to avoid the climb.
Grassier doubletrack continues for 0.8-mile with more gentle grades from the Overlook parking to Hen Way, north of the overlook platform.
Hen Way provides a bailout point back to Buffalo Road for anyone wanting to avoid the next 1.3-mile rockier doubletrack segment north of that point. The trail narrows more to singletrack for the final 0.5-miles north of the Switchback Trail intersection to Skyline Drive.
The Skyline Overlook is located 500 feet to the right once you reach the road.
Use is discouraged during hunting seasons for turkey and deer.
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Laurel Highlands On & Off Road Bicycling Association
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More Stats for County Line Trail bike trail
Altitude change155 ft
Altitude min2,528 ft
Altitude start2,574 ft
Altitude end2,728 ft
Distance climb2 miles
Distance down1 miles
Distance flat823 ft
Avg reverse time00:59:15
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
County Line Trail Trail Reports
Apr 18, 2017 @ 8:41pmApr 18, 2017
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