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Lynnmere Trail

Average Rating:    (3 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 1

Mainly a singleback trail with great down hill spots and tight turns. Gets a little hairy around the turns not knowing if another rider is coming the other way but for the most part the trails are free of people. This is one of the best Trails Wildwood has to offer. There a few spots where you have to get off your bike to cross reviens but I think it just add to the fun.
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Trail Directions
From the trail head at the Wildwood Park entrance, ride back to Lynn Rd. Turn right onto Lynn Rd (cyclists can use the sidewalks here as there is no bike lane). Just past Avenida de los Flores turn right onto the start of the Lynnmere Trail. At 1.6 miles the trail bends to the left and drops down into the stream bed. You will have to carry your bike over the first of two stream crossings. After the stream, stay left. At 2.1 miles go to the right. At 3 miles you will cross over a small rail road tie bridge. At about 3.4 miles go to the right onto a fire road and into Wildwood Park. Ride down the hill to another stream crossing. After the stream you'll come to a four way intersection where you will go to the right and ride up the hill towards the Teepee. At the Teepee, go to the right and climb a short hill and ride towards the Mesa Trail. At the Mesa Trail go to the right. At the next bend to the right, take a single track trail that is a short-cut back to the parking lot at the park entrance.
Trail Length
4.8 miles
Trail Level
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads

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Review Date
June 1, 2003

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: Drew , from Thousand Oaks CA

A good trail for new MTB'ers (nothing steep or loose), a smooth and fun roller. Surprisingly little poison oak along the trail, some parts of Wildwood are covered with it. Once you drop into the canyon (toward the tee-pee) you'll run into the stream, for an easier crossing (especially in the winter/spring) backtrack 100 yards up the trail and take the singletrack on the left (on the right if you're coming down) to the no-longer-used concrete dam and cross on the upstream side.

Recommended Route:
Same as above.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Once you get bored with Lynnmere, work on technical skills on Stagecoach Bluff trail and Santa Rosa (ride up the switchbacks and down the backside for a higher speed ride).

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