Sprain Ridge Park For Mountain Biking
The 40th most popular mountain bike trail in New York.
Friday 22 July 2016 06:12 GMT
Near Yonkers, the 278 acres Sprain Ridge Park has 15 miles of winding singletrack through woodlands. The trail network is known for its winding and fast cross-country style riding.
To reach mountain biking at the Sprain Ridge Park trailhead from the Sprain Brook Parkway Northbound, take the Jackson Avenue exit. Turn left at the light, go straight through the next light, and look for the park entrance about a third of a mile down on the left. Follow the park drive past the pool drop-off area, then turn right into the parking lot. Park in the closest lot, and look for the trail entrance in the corner near the park drive. Drive time is 30-45 minutes from NYC. By public transportation- Take Metro-North to the Hastings-on-Hudson station (Hudson line). From the station, take Main Street the turn right on Farragut Ave., left on Ravensdale Rd. (which turns into Jackson Ave). Park entrance will be on your right approximately 3 miles from the train station.
Overall, Sprain Ridge Park is the 40th most popular mountain bike trail of all 48 mountain biking rides in New York. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Sprain Ridge Park including Old Croton Trailway, Bronx River Pathway and Fort George Trails.