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Lake Mclelland National Grasslands

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Review Date
November 13, 2001

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: wayne potter , from Pampa, TX, USA

Trails are for all skill levels. From flat twisting trails thru the trees(by the pit), climbs that go on for miles(seems like it sometimes)to technical rockstrewn decents on the hill. If you live in the Amarillo area you have to ride this place at least once just to chase the deer(alot of them) thru the trees. I can't really compare it to Palo Duro but its worthy of a trip. There are some really fast burly descents on the northwest side by the fence. If you spend one day out here exploring you'll find kickin trails that are just good to ride(especially if Palo Duro or Medi-Park are the only trails you ride)for a change.

Recommended Route:
Located just north of I40 about 40 mi east of Amarillo.
Park in the pit area. Ride the twisting heavily wooded trails until you cross the river from there just explore and you'll find every killer climb and descent in one afternoon.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Palo Duro, Medi-Park, Lake Elk City(oklahoma)

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