Montgomery County, PA
Park or Trail NameContact InformationLength
(miles)
Mountain Bikes
Permitted?
Cross County TrailContact: Rich Wood, Regional Trails Manager
Phone: 610-287-6970
Paved: 3
YES
From its junction with the Schuylkill River Trail in Conshohocken, the Cross County Trail heads north through a mix of urban and suburban areas. Currently, 3 miles are completed, from Conshohocken to Germantown Pike in Plymouth Township. Eventually, the completed 17.5-mile trail will connect to Willow Grove and into Bucks County-providing a major north-south route through the heart of Montgomery County. It will also join up with the Wissahickon Green Ribbon Trail, giving users access to Fort Washington State Park, Morris Arboretum, and Fairmount Park in Philadelphia. The trail passes by some large shopping areas, such as Ikea, The Home Depot, and the Metroplex shopping center, just off Chemical Road. It also provides access to several public transit services in Conshohocken and Plymouth Meeting. (Last Updated: 2010-07-13)
Spring MountainContact: Spring Mountain
Phone: 610-287-7900
 YES
Spring Mountain now offers lift-access on Saturdays and Sundays, May through October.For 2012, lift tickets cost $25 for the day. Spring Mountain also holds mountain bike races on a regular basis. Check out their web site for an up-to-date calendar. (Last Updated: 2012-07-26)
Fort Washington State ParkContact: Unknown
Phone: Unknown
Offroad: 5YES
The park itself contains very straight forward dirt roads for beginners or rare weekend riders. The park is connected to the Wissahickon trail. The Wissahickon trail has a quick twisty singletrack and is also good for beginners. (Last Updated: 2001-10-29)
Lorimer ParkContact: Ted Northrop
Phone: Unknown
Offroad: 6YES
Trails are fire road/dual tracks. Lots of short climbs that are steep on loose gravel. Trails are not long but the park is next to Pennypack park so your ride can be greatly extended by using the Pennypack trail which connects Pennypack park and Lorimer park. Lorimer is one of the few MTB friendly parks left in Montgomery Co. (Last Updated: 1997-11-06)
Evansburg State ParkContact: Unknown
Phone: 610-489-3729
Paved: 6
Offroad: 4
YES
Located just a couple miles north and east of Valley Forge. There are approximately 4 miles of off-road trails open to mountain bikes here. The trails can be accessed off of Ridge Pike. Just past the bridge over the creek, turn right onto Fern Rd. There is a parking area approximately 200 yards down the road. The trail head is easily seen from the parking area. In addition, trail maintenance is done here on the second to last Sunday of each month. The next two dates are August 22nd and September 19th. For more info on trail maintenance, contact Jac Frech at Tailwind Bike Shop. The number there is 610-287-7870. (Last Updated: 1999-07-28)