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Location: Tottenville, Staten Island, NY

Length: 6 miles

Difficulty: 50% beginner, 50% intermediate XC trails

Description: Wolfe’s Pond Park mixes a spectacular natural park environment with interesting trails that wind through the glacial ponds and native forest of this oceanfront park. Wolfe’s Pond is perfect for new mountain bikers and families looking for an enjoyable ride through the woods, as well as for intermediate riders interested in progressing their skills on the short steep climbs and twisty and rooty intermediate trails. The trails are still a work in progress, but the existing trails are open to riding, and dirt jump park is in the works for 2009.

Directions: By Car-Wolfe’s Pond Park is located on Hylan Blvd between Huegenot and Seguine Aves. By public transportation- take the Staten Island Railroad to the Prince’s Bay stop, head South on Seguine Ave, the left on Herbert Ave and into the park.

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The Wolfe’s Pond trails were built by Matt Lebow, NYARA and volunteers from Ladder 5, and are managed by NYCMTB. The trails are dedicated to New York City’s Bravest.