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paragon adventure park

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There is no single trail. It is mostly a motorized vehical park that is VERY biker friendly. You get your pick of trails from single track to double track. Even the double track offers a chalenge due to the size of the rock. Not that it's one big rock field, the rocks a spaced nice enough that you are able to pick a route or you are able to catch air off a rock if you'd like to. The single track is epic. Tight twichy and fast. It really challenges your skills. You are able to get a trail map at the office that is located in the parking lot. All trails are marked and there are park rovers out all day in case you get lost you should be able to run into somebody that will be able to help you find you way out. Yes it is a motorized vehical park, but you do not have to worry about being hit by a jeep or atv. There is a speed limit that the motor vehicals must follow plus with the rocks they are not able to travel at a high rate of speed. Unless your deff you should be able to hear an ATV comming up the trail. My suggestion is if you like riding Jim Thorpe then you will love riding paragon. With all the talk about Thorpe being shut down due to state game land ideas. I strongly suggested checking out Paragon. Paragon will be around for along time.
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Latitude
40.92124693724175
Longitude
-76.06226563453674
Trail Directions
Go to paragonap.com for directions to park.
Trail Length
multiple x 2
Trail Level
Advanced
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Hazelton
Web Address
   


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Review Date
March 20, 2003

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: damien , from Ambler, PA

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Trail Description:
There is no single trail. It is mostly a motorized vehical park that is VERY biker friendly. You get your pick of trails from single track to double track. Even the double track offers a chalenge due to the size of the rock. Not that it's one big rock field, the rocks a spaced nice enough that you are able to pick a route or you are able to catch air off a rock if you'd like to. The single track is epic. Tight twichy and fast. It really challenges your skills. You are able to get a trail map at the office that is located in the parking lot. All trails are marked and there are park rovers out all day in case you get lost you should be able to run into somebody that will be able to help you find you way out. Yes it is a motorized vehical park, but you do not have to worry about being hit by a jeep or atv. There is a speed limit that the motor vehicals must follow plus with the rocks they are not able to travel at a high rate of speed. Unless your deff you should be able to hear an ATV comming up the trail. My suggestion is if you like riding Jim Thorpe then you will love riding paragon. With all the talk about Thorpe being shut down due to state game land ideas. I strongly suggested checking out Paragon. Paragon will be around for along time. P.S. it is not a girl friend ride. It is hilly and can be a very long day.

Recommended Route:
Get a trail map at the office located in parking lot.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Better then American standard. Im Jim Thorpe.



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