Woodloch Pines

bucknejo

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#1
Any riding by the Woodloch Pines resort in Pennsylvania? Family trip planning in the works for 2020 and I want to get the jump on feeding my addition the road,
 

rottin'

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#2
Any riding by the Woodloch Pines resort in Pennsylvania? Family trip planning in the works for 2020 and I want to get the jump on feeding my addition the road,
Never even heard of it...what part of PA is it in?
 

RNG1

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#5
I have a place now in Hawley but used to go to Woodloch a lot when kids were younger for family weekends. It’s good family fun.
I did bring bikes a lot. I found better road riding, get your climbing legs ready...nothing is flat. If you ride down the hill to the right (out the main entrance and make a right) you can ride a long way along the river and is pretty scenic. Don’t forget you have to climb back up...
As far as mtb, one year I remember they had just created “trails” on the property by mowing these tall dried reed grasses. I rode about 30 seconds and literally had like 30 punctures and Stans shooting out everywhere. Comical now but not at the time...
Prompton might be closest, I was there a month ago. It’s not bad, kind of slow going with not much flow in my opinion but you’ll get a good workout. Port Jervis is my new go to up here but that’s likely too far from there.
 

Big Dumb Animal

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#6
I used to work there as a waiter in high school, I lived right across the river in NY. That place is in the middle of the woods, I'm sure there are trails. On the NY side Ten Mile River boy scouts have miles of trails. I'm fairly certain you can ride on them?
 

onetracker

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#9
Moosic, Prompton, Merli-Sarnowski are all very good but raw with PA climbing. Moon Lake also if you do not mind driving. Lots of gravel to crush as well.