Mountain Bike Camps & Clinic Hosts for 2023
**Looking to host a Camp or Clinic at Gurney Lane/Rush Pond? Please read our Rental/Reservation policy here.**
GURNEY LANE MTN. BIKE PARK (GLMBP) : Annual Spring Closing - 1st two weeks of April (subject to change with spring thaw)
Over 22km of riding for begginers, intermediate and advanced riders. This destination riding experience has been ranked the #1 Mountain Bike Trail system in New York State by Singletracks.com The trails provide technical, rocky trails with hard lines and easier alternative lines, to wider bench cut trails featuring burms, rollers and endless amounts of flow. An on-site bike repair stand includes hand tools and air station (sponsored by locals Ricks Bike Shop)
GLMBP serves as home base to the annual Churney Gurney Mtn. Bike Festival and races (First weekend in August, Churney Gurney)
GLMBP Feedback Page - We want know your toughts, and where you traveled from to enjoy our trails. Please leave a quick review. *COMING SOON* Read our reviews on singletracks.com
WINTER FAT TIRE RIDING - Each winter trails are groomed for FAT TIRE biking, as well as for annual (January) Snowshoe/FAT TIRE Bike Festival. Find GLMBP on Trailhub.org under "Gurney Lane Mtn. Bike Park" and also on TrailForks.com
GLMBP now features a Skills Park with 3 different levels of riding - Test your riding ablities!
Gurney Lane North Mtn Bike Trails: located at 118 Gurney Lane Queensbury, NY 12804. Conviently located off Exit 20 of I87 (aka the Northway)
Gurney Lane South Mtn Bike Trails: adjacent to the RUSH Pond trail system these trails loop on and off of the Main Rush Pond trail.
Other Queensbury Parks & Recreation mountain bike trail riding locations include:
Feeder Canal Park 7-mile trail, 5′ wide and hard-packed, from Feeder Dam to the Old Champlain Canal
Hudson Pointe Nature Preserve 83+ acre preserve along the banks of the Hudson River with a 2.6 mile trail system and inter-looping single track course.
Meadowbrook Preserve 54 acre preserve with 1.5 mile of trail
Rush Pond Trail: West Mountain Rd. or Farr Lane access points, 2.2-mile pathway through the Rush Pond wetlands.