Glen Onoko Loop Mountain Biking

North of Jim Thorpe, the Glen Onoko Loop is a 12 mile rolling mountain bike route.

To reach the Glen Onoko Loop mountain biking trailhead from Jim Thorpe, head south on SR209. Turn on SR93 for 3.5 miles and park at the first lot on the right.

Starting from the gate, head straight on the trail for 1 mile. At 1.1 miles, proceed across Jeans Run. At 2.3 miles, veer left and cross Glen Onoko Stream. At 3.3 miles, a side trail on the right leads to an overlook. At 3.5 miles, veer right at the intersection. At 3.8 miles, veer left at the intersection. At 4.1 miles, veer left at the intersection. At 4.4 miles, look for the side trail to a overlook. At 5.9 miels veer left and proceed uphill. At 6.9 miles, veer left near the powerline. At 8.1 miles, turn right. At 8.2 miles, veer right at intersection. At 8.5 miles, veer right at intersection. At 9.5 miles, cross the stream and turn right. At 10.7 miles, cross the stream and turn right. At 11.3 miles, continue straight to the parking area.

Glen Onoko Loop Mountain Biking Map

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Local Contact(s):  Carbon County Tourism (717) 325-3673; PA Visitor Info. (800) VISIT-PA; Blue Mountain Sports (570) 325-4421; Adventure Central (trailhead shuttles) (800) GRAB-FUN.

Recommended Book:  "Mountain Biking Pennsylvania" from Rob Ginieczki

Best Season:  Apr. - Oct.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Mauch Chunk Lake Park Campground (570) 325-3669

Luxury Loding:  Inn At Jim Thorpe (800) 329-2599; Victoriann B&B (570) 325-8107

Breakfast Restaurant:  Black Bread Cafe; Sunrise Diner

Local Website:  click herehttp://www.bikejimthorpe.com/

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Date Updated:  7/23/2016

Glen Onoko Loop Mountain Biking Map

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