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French Fort Cove

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The trails begin on shared multi-use trails. Please watch out for hikers.
The local club has done a fabulous job of developing sustainable mountain bike trails here, however the signage is an issue we are addressing as I write this.
The condition is always good with little to no mud and very little root, tight flowy singltrack with only minor elevation changes in and out of the valley. If you haven't been you should come and check it out. Stop at Incline Sports for more info.
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Latitude
47.02204643463002
Longitude
-65.54014205932617
Trail Length
20
Trail Level
Intermediate
Trail Type
Singletrack
City/County
Miramichi
State/Territory/Province
NB
Country
CA
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Review Date
July 4, 2007

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: spotthedogg ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
Some fantastic trails that everyone who can should ride soon. I will tell you it can be hard to find your way around so stop at Incline Sports in Newcastle for help planning a route or joining a local "Fun Ride". There is a very good map available at www.inclinesports.ca on the "Ride in Miramichi" page.

Recommended Route:
Always start at the main parking lot by the Kawasaki dealership, parking is ample. Please start your ride by the tool shed to the right of the parking lot by the "now outdated/soon to be replaced" map. The park is shared use and this is the arrangement we have aggreed to. You will want to go straight up Fish Quarry trail along the cliff and take your first right up a loose rocky climb then turn left at the top. From there on it's up to the route you choose, I hope we have it marked by # before you get here as you will have much more fun. The downloadable map has all trails numbered so it will be very easy once you have it in your Camelbak.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Best trail in entire region by far!



Comments
spotthedogg (07/04/2007)
e1v5j7 will give you the map point.
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