A strong 7
I'll be in the Princeton area next Friday, and was looking for some trail recommendations.
Well, a couple of options present themselves. Mercer County Park is probably the closest to the general Princeton area, the trails are flat, fast, and fun. You could also try Washington Crossing State Park, about 15-20 minutes outside of Princeton to the South. Six Mile Run is also in the vicinity, about 15-20 minutes to the north by way of Route 27/Nassau Street.I'll be in the Princeton area next Friday, and was looking for some trail recommendations.
the trails are so-so as far as marking is concerned. I would offer to ride with you but I will be in NYC after work. Here is my reco for the ride:how well are the trails marked? do you have any recommended loops?
No danger of that. Part of the fun of riding new places is Trail Recon. I like to get lost just so I can find myself again.JGR: thank you, this is the type of stuff I was hoping for . Make a note not to ask Brad for trail info when you come up north - he will only point you to a trail link and say he feels like a moderator :wedgie:
This is the first time Mrs. Shaggz and I have been away, sans children, in some time. At the very lest, I need enough energy to make it through dinner - .Wow, with 9 hours I would say do Mercer, 6 Mile, and Sourlands all in one fell swoop. Do Sourlands last, and bring a videographer.
True that. The ride on 29 along the Delaware River is fantastic and following 579 up from Frenchtown is a treat.What is the status of mt biking in Washington's Crossing Park? I thought the trails were off limit to bikes? I work down the street from there and would like to try it if I can get away with it...I mean if it is legal. wink wink
The road riding in this area is really good too.