New Flow Trails and Climbing Trails
McCauley Mountain in Old Forge, New York, is a mountain bike haven, including nine rocky terrain miles of trails and more being developed. The total descent is 2,077 ft with a vertical of 511 ft.
Twenty different mountain bike trails serve all levels of mountain biking enthusiasts. There is a single track that is narrow, rocky, and technical, machine-built flow trails with large berms, rollers, and jumps along with wider multi-use trails that accommodate cross country and alpine skiers during the winter.
For additional riding, there are nearby trails at Maple Ridge and Nicks Lake. Free parking is available at the base of the mountain, and the trails access from Old Forge via the Maple Ridge Trail network.
The TOBIE Trail is a 14-mile recreational pathway connecting Thendara, Old Forge, Big Moose, Inlet and Eagle Bay. In addition to connecting these Central Adirondack communities, it also connects users to multiple-use recreation areas. Cyclists, hikers, cross country skiers and snowshoers enjoy non-motorized access to waterfronts, back country trails, shops, restaurants, and other attractions.