This doubletrack trail was originally constructed to provide snowmobile access to the ski lodge from Laurel Summit Road.
It begins at Laurel Summit Road, just south of the main parking area and extends to the ski area access road beside the Bureau of Forestry maintenance building. This trail provides access to Lippo’s Loop and to an unnamed singletrack trail that extends past the ski lodge.
Not officially named or signed.
Overlaps Loop Trail in the middle section
Due to the nature of the soil and the ridge top location the Laurel Mountain Trail System should be avoided after it has recently rained. This a also a great place to cross country ski in the winter since the Laurel Ridge gets more snow than anywhere else Trails are closed to biking during snow cover. See www.paccsa.org/lmwebcam for webcam.
Local Trail Association
Laurel Highlands On & Off Road Bicycling Association
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More Stats for Interstate bike trail
Altitude change78 ft
Altitude min2,721 ft
Altitude start2,723 ft
Altitude end2,801 ft
Distance climb3,155 ft
Distance down1,219 ft
Distance flat428 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
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