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    Stewart State forest

    Hello NY peeps,

    I want to check out Stewart for the first time.
    I'll be coming from the north on rt32.

    where should I park?

    thanks.

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    Ridge Rd or Barron Rd are north options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicguy View Post
    Ridge Rd or Barron Rd are north options.

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    Sweet, thanks.
    will be obvious where to park?

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    Pretty much, Ridge is a lot just south of 84, Barron is not a lot, but the road ends just under 84 and you go in at the gate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicguy View Post
    Pretty much, Ridge is a lot just south of 84, Barron is not a lot, but the road ends just under 84 and you go in at the gate.

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    appreciated 👍🏼

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    Sure, enjoy

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    If you park on the south side at Weed Road, it gives you access to the more fast and flow trails: https://goo.gl/maps/hDfMYyNicHkqZK2p7

    If you park on the North side on Ridge Rd, you have access to more tech trails.

    Can't go wrong either way, and my typical loop incorporates a lot of both, just depends on how you feel like starting out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerokoo149 View Post
    If you park on the south side at Weed Road, it gives you access to the more fast and flow trails: https://goo.gl/maps/hDfMYyNicHkqZK2p7

    If you park on the North side on Ridge Rd, you have access to more tech trails.

    Can't go wrong either way, and my typical loop incorporates a lot of both, just depends on how you feel like starting out.
    Prolly finally going tomorrow and will ride both. 👍🏼

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    Wish I could join you, but crazy week with work. Have fun and I'll see you out there!

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