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Event: Huntersville, MN Trail Ride

in North Events
Added by StaplePuller , --

Taking place Sep 25, 2010 through Sep 26, 2010 06:00 AM - 01:00 PM (Ranged Event)


Come one come all to this year's Huntersville Trail Ride. This year proves to be another great trail ride, tell your friends and get it on your calendar. See you there!

Stay on Highway 10 veering left through Motely, toward Staples. Approximately 3.5 miles past Staples turn right onto County Rd. 26. There will be a Nimrod sign before the turn. County Rd. 26 twists and turns and ends in Nimrod. Take a right onto State Highway 227.
Stay on Hwy. 227 through Nimrod and across the River. Take on left on Huntersville Road, which is the first left AFTER you cross the river. After you make a sharp left turn, continue ~15 miles and look for the signs to the campground on the left. The turn into the campground is before the Huntersville Outpost.

Trail Hours
8:00 AM to 6:00 PM Saturday, September 25

8:00 AM to 3:00 PM Sunday, September 26

- Adults: $25 per day, $40 for both days

- Ages 13-17: $15 per day, $20 for both days

- Kids 12 and under: $5 per day

- Adult TCTR members receive a $5 discount on the trail ride

- Primitive camping is available

- For camping hookups call 218-564-9585 for rates and availability

Dual Sport Route at the trail ride.

Route to be 132 miles long.

Gas and Lunch Stop scheduled at 63.1 miles (lunch not provided)

Maps, GPS uploads and route sheets will be available at sign up.

Mostly flat - Trails are mainly single track winding through the forest with some two-track/service road loops for beginners. All trails are marked and range from easy to challenging. A mini riding area next to the camping area provides lots of fun for the little ones.



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