Stags Adaptive MTB
Help build a new trail in Jungle suitable for beginner to intermediate adaptive riders, mountain bikers and hikers.
Stags is the next section of the Tapawingo project, a joint project of the NY-NJ Trail Conference and JORBA to upgrade and connect the trail networks at Long Pond Ironworks State Park and Norvin Green State Forest. Originally conceived as a reroute around an unsustainable section of the legacy Hewitt-Butler trail, Stags was designed to reduce the number of turns to avoid building separate trails for hiking and mountain biking. By reducing the number of turns and redefining the trail specifications, Stags will be suitable for adaptive riders. Existing woods roads will then be upgraded and rerouted to sustainable accessible standards.
When completed, Stags will be a 3950′ route suitable for beginner to intermediate adaptive riders, mountain bikers and hikers.