Metric Century (61 miles & 4,326 foot gain)
Starting our Route 86 this route heads into Wilmington and then climbs up the side of Whiteface Mountain. At the height of the ascent you will pass the toll booth for the Whiteface Memorial Highway before descending towards Franklin Falls and Union Falls Ponds. The route turns right before reaching Franklin Falls and passes along the base of Catamount Mountain. The route briefly turns onto Silver Lake Rd, passing the Taylor Pond Campground, before turning on to Turnpike Rd and passing along the base of Silver Lake Mountain. The route eventually turns back south along Guide Board Rd, heading back into Black Brook and eventually Ausable Forks. The route then follows the main stem of the Ausable River while on Route 9N heading to Clintonville. After crossing the bridge in Clintonville the route follows Green Street back towards Jay. In Jay, the route crosses the historical covered bridge before turning south on Route 9N toward Upper Jay. In Upper Jay the route turns onto Springfield Road and continues into Wilmington before turning onto Route 86 back to the Hungry Trout Resort.
Metric Half Century (30 miles & 1,835 foot gain)
This route starts of on Route 86, but instead of heading up the side of Whiteface Mountain as the century ride does, the route continues on Boonieview Rd. Once in Black Brook the route follows Silver Lake Road into Au Sable Forks. The route then follows back roads on the east side of the East Branch of the Ausable before crossing the historic covered bridge in Jay. Once in Jay the route follows Route 9N south to Upper Jay before turning onto Springfield Road and returning to the Hungry Trout Resort.
Lake Everest Tour (5 miles & 500 foot gain)
This is short tour around Lake Everest is the perfect ride for children and families. The tour will stop at the Lake Everest beach and the Adirondack Wildlife Refuge, as well as utilize the new bike lane on Springfield Road.
Gravel Road Tour (21 miles & 1,938 foot ascent)
Join High Peaks Cyclery staff on this gravel road tour to learn basic skills related to gravel road riding. Bike rentals are available for a small fee and should be set up with High Peaks Cyclery in advance. Call HPC at 518-523-3764 to reserve your bike.
This route starts on on Fox Farm and Springfield Roads before turning onto gravel road portion at Barlett Road in Upper Jay. The tour will do a loop on Lacy and Limekiln Roads before returning to Barlett and following the same route back to the Hungry Trout Resort.
Hardy Road Mountain Bike Tour (~12 miles & ~1,000 foot ascent)
Join Barkeater Trails Alliance for a guided tour of the Hardy Road (Beaver Brook) mountain bike trail network in Wilmington. The rout starts at the Hungry Trout Resort and participants pedal 3.25 miles on county roads to reach the trail system. The mountain bike ride will be entirely on dirt single track trails. Hardy Road features a variety of trails to suit all abilities. Difficulty and mileage of the mountain bike ride will be determined according to the ability and interest of participants. Riders will return to Hungry Trout on the road following the same route.