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    Quebec Run

    I'm considering riding Quebec Run and have never been there.

    Any comments on where to park, which trails to ride, etc would be appreciated. I've searched the PA forum and dug around some online, but would prefer some first hand advice.

    I normally ride fairly technical/rocky trails (Laurel Mt) and usually looking to do 15-20 miles.

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    I haven't ridden there yet, some of my friends have and said it's pretty challenging. I plan to check it out (one day) since it's close to home so it's on my to do list. If you haven't already, you can check out parking info and the different loops from mtbproject.com

    Quebec Odyssey 27.4 miles

    Clockwise Quebec 11.3 miles

    Be sure to check back in and post a ride report on how it went!
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    [ATTACH=CONFIG]108http://forums.mtbr.com/1270[/ATTACH]

    Just rode there about a month ago for the first time. Very cool place to ride with lots of tech, flow, climbs, and fast descents. We parked at the P(parking) closest to the top of the map. Fly down Miller trail and keep making lefts and ride the outer most loop going clockwise. We did have a guide which made it nice but it should be pretty easy to follow after looking back at this map and remembering what we rode. Very scenic and beautiful.You won't be disappointed!
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    Thank you guys, I appreciate it.

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    I agree pretty cool place to ride...
    ...like said, great singletrack and views of the creek!

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    I feel like I've posted this several times on here, but Quebec Run is a truly amazing gem. If you like Laurel Mtn, you'll greatly appreciate Quebec Run. I'd highly recommend starting at the lot off of Skyline Drive, as the 'Clockwise Quebec' route suggests. Add in the Grist Mill out & back and you'll get around 14 miles and 2,500' of climbing. Be warned, the climbs there are rocky and long. The Tebolt climb at the end is 800' and will probably take you 30-40 minutes due to the rocks zapping any momentum you try to maintain along the climb. It's quite remote, and I would strongly encourage you to ride it with a buddy. If you were to go down somewhere on the trails, you might not be found for some time.

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