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McDowell Mountain Park Competitive Tracks

Basics
Location:
At McDowell Mountain Park northeast of downtown Phoenix
Setting:
Desert
Length:
14 mile loop
Difficulty:
Advanced
Aerobic Difficulty:
Difficult
Time To Allow:
1 - 3 hours
Elevation Change:
300 feet
Season:
September to May

Description

There are three competitive trails: the Sport Loop, the Long Loop and the Technical Loop. The combined length of the three loops is 14 miles and are open to the public daily (except during events).

The Sport Loop is 4.0 miles long and is the easiest of the three. The Technical Loop is 2.6 miles and is designed for the advanced technical rider. The Long Loop is 8.2 miles long. It is fun, fast and provides a great workout. It features some very fast downhills and some technical climbs.

Details

Location:
At McDowell Mountain Park northeast of downtown Phoenix
Setting:
Desert
Length:
14 mile loop
(3 loops combined)
Difficulty:
Advanced
(Some easier trails also available)
Aerobic Difficulty:
Difficult
Easy and moderate trails also available
Time To Allow:
1 - 3 hours
(depending on what loops you ride)
Elevation Change:
300
Season:
September to May
Additional Details:
For more information contact:

McDowell Mountain Regional Park
PO Box 18415
Fountain Hills, Arizona 85269
480-471-0173.

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
McDowell Mountain Regional Park is located 15 miles northeast of Scottsdale. To get there, take Hwy. 101 north to Shea Blvd. Head east on Shea Blvd. to Fountain Hills Blvd. Turn left heading north on Fountain Hills Blvd. which soon becomes McDowell Mountain Road. Turn left heading west into the park.

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