Mountain Biking Pennsylvania

Mountain Biking Pennsylvania

by Rob Ginieczki
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Mountain Biking Pennsylvania by Rob Ginieczki


Take a ride through history with Mountain Biking Pennsylvania. Author Rob Ginieczki leads you on an exploration through lush, wooded mountains and rolling hills and uncovers the history behind some of Pennsylvania's most exciting trails. Test your technical skills on sweet single-track; meander along a cold mountain stream; or enjoy an easy ride with your family on one of Pennsylvania's many rail trails. From the Laurel Highlands to the Pocono Plateau, Mountain Biking Pennsylvania can point you in the right direction to adventure and fun. Mountain bikers of all abilities will enjoy the classic assortment of rides included in this guide. Detailed ride descriptions make it easy to find trailheads and follow routes helping you stay on track with easy-to-read maps and ratings for physical and technical difficulty. Mountain Biking Pennsylvania is part of Falcon's expanding series of statewide mountain biking guides designed to help make all your mountain biking adventures safe and memorable.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781560448617
Publisher: FalconGuide
Publication date: 06/28/2000
Series: Guide Series
Pages: 376
Product dimensions: 6.02(w) x 9.01(h) x 0.78(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
The trails on South Mountain in Emmaus, PA, as described in 'Mountain Biking in PA' by Rob Ginieczki, are located on PRIVATE PROPERTY clearly marked by NO TRESPASSING signs. The gentlemen who owns this property is VERY ANTI-MOUNTAIN BIKE and these trails should be avoided. Numerous conversations took place between myself and the author of this book, before the book was published, informing him of the access problems associated with this area. Since he chose to disregard these conversations and send his readers to areas which are ILLEGAL to ride in, I would suggest that all readers be wary of the trail directions provided in this book. Please feel free to e-mail me for other, legal areas to ride in this area