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the las orange triangle

Average Rating:    (3.55 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 11

the trail covers many differnt types of riding styles many obsticales provied by the New England MUD SLUTS like large log piles skinny bridges titer totars ects... some tight winding single trak and big rock crops fun and tech. enjoy the MUD SLUTS
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Latitude
41.93294923816461
Longitude
-71.26479148864746
Trail Directions
from rt.95 fellow rt.123 to rt.118 to lasalette shrine park inn the far parking lot ride out to field in back trail starts on far left side marked by a orange triangle then proceed too the swamp
Trail Length
11 to 17 miles deppends on the loop
Trail Level
Intermediate
Trail Type
Singletrack
City/County
attleboro
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Review Date
July 16, 2010

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 4 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: jcote258 ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
OK so here is the deal. Go into the lasalette shire parking lot and go to the left furthest parking lot that is wide open. Park in the back and you will see a concrete opening, set your bike up in the parking lot and than ride your bike into the to grassy opening. there seems to be a main trail with gravel that was closed (went down it anyways) and if you go off to the left there are "hidden" trails with openings in the wood line that just kinda appear. you have to look for them but they are there. These trails consist of A LOT of Roots, Rocks, and soft ground. It goes up hill for a min and than will change to downhill the next, you are constantly pedaling to keep away from the swarm of blood sucking bugs following your trail. over all a very good work out. wish i had a map to see how far the trails extended to, one second you will see a blue marker and than the next you will see and orange one. I heard you follow the orange ones to get to the fun stuff but i wasn't sure how far so I only did a couple miles as my phone has this program called jogtracker (get an android) and uses GPS to keep track of how far, time, and route. So far I'm the only one that i know that goes mountain biking, so if you ever go and want to hit me up I'm game. would like to explore some more of the trails to find the good stuff.



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Review Date
April 14, 2004

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: kane ,  Downhiller

Summary:
This trail is nasty. tons of huge puddles and tons of down hills. its so easy to find and there r other trails i didnt even go on yet. u could spend a hole day out there and still be finding new stuff. close by and a fun place to ride THIS TRAIL IS NARLY

Recommended Route:
hyman fine feilds



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Review Date
July 11, 2002

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: luvvnit , from attl,ma

Summary:
has a lot of different forks,try em all and you'll come out to all kinds of places,,,if you want a hard ride then go towards the oak hill water tower,,lots of climbin(or downhill)goooooood workout and a nice veiw when you finally get to the top

Recommended Route:
just follow and see

Other recommended trails in the same area:
across the street there's some tamer trails but you can get some good speed up,,,,,you have to look hard for the beginning though,,,you can get in right from the street(my son knows it by heart)



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Review Date
July 2, 2001

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Zippy , from Attleboro

Summary:
Not a bad place to go after a day at work. Close enough to home and work. A little muddy at the get-go but then it turns into the potpourri that is so familiar with Attleboro. Rocks,sand, hardpan, and of course mosquito infested swamp. Found the tricks and what not on the trail, they offered a bit of amusement when bashing my head on the upper tree on the titter-totter. Table top jump placed a little akward but killed myself doing it( falling off the plank on the take off). The roller coaster section in the middle is the coolest part of the trail, hills, log drops and hair pin turns. About 1 -2 miles of it and not 1 foot of it is flat. Although the hills aren't that large either, but still fun. Hey for being 2 mies from work and easily accessible with parking and no crowds. It keeps the legs loose. By the way I'm not a vietnam fan, too much like skiing at Killington, long lines, too many yuppies on over priced equipment doing nothing but looking like they're ready for a war. Went there once saw the same dudes dicking around in the parking lot when I got back to my car after 3 hours of riding. Hmmmmmmmmmm ? Oh well , go luck ace and ah hey nice bike did you have to sell your Brookstone wardrobe for that ?

Recommended Route:
Start at the fairgrounds at Lasalette and follow the Orange arrows(easy enough). Although a few times had to back track to find the blazes. Also can enter from Hyman Fine Elementary school ball field.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Not that I know of around here anyway. Too much construction killed the old pathes



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Review Date
September 12, 2000

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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5.00 of 5, 1.00 votes

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Reviewed by: PATRICK , from ATTLEBORO

Summary:
IF YOU LIVE MORE THAN HALF HOUR AWAY, ID SAY IT AINT WORTH IT,ITS FLAT TECH. STUFF,(IF THATS YOUR THING... GO,YOU'LL GET PLENTY OF IT)I'M A FOXBORO KINDA PERSON.I
GOT 6 OR 7 MILES OUT THERE.....DIDNT FIND ANY OF THAT FUN STUFF THE OTHERS WROTE ABOUT,ONLY RODE IT ONCE,NOT SURE I'D GO BACK,ITS PROBABLY GOT MORE POTENTIAL THAN IM GIVING CREDIT FOR........SEE FOR YOURSELF.......

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