BROWNIE/GIRL SCOUT (MILES: 5)
A fast flowing trail with tree roots and technical rock sections. A section of Brownie has off-camber rocky areas.
CORBY PARK (MILES: 5)
The southernmost trail of the Saint Joseph system, this is a combination of old CCC footpaths from the 1930's and newer singletrack. This can cause some confusion for riders unfamiliar with the trail. Adding to the confusion are two large fields and portions of the area's cyclocross track that intersect the MTB trail. Branches block MOST confusing intersections.
KRUG PARK (MILES: 7)
This trail is a combination of some very old and established foot trails with some newer, more sustainable sections. Most of it is older and has the roots to prove it. While there isn't a lot of rock, the roots do provide some intermediate challenge as do the climbs.
SUNBRIDGE HILLS/RIVER TRAILS (MILES: 12)
There are abundant urban legends surround this trail, including a haunted 19th-century graveyard, a witch buried under a tree, and caves used by devil worshippers. In the past, locals would bring the curious out to the area, but now it is becoming one of the most scenic mountain bike destinations around Saint Joseph.