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So what are your thoughts on Lost Lake Trails for dirt bikes? It's about an hour from me. I live in Bethlehem. Is it good for dirt bikes or to much rock? Is their any good single track or is it all double wide tracks for 4 wheeler? any other thoughts. I'm new to the area and was thinking about checking it out.

 

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Is Lost Lake Trails the same as Lost Trails up in Dunmore, PA? I've been there before, I did a tour on side by sides with my son and wife. I haven't ridden my dirtbike up there and imagine the tour we did would be similar if not the same trails....and it was too rocky for my taste. Unfortunately, I think a lot of Northeast PA is rocky.

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 Unfortunately, I think a lot of Northeast PA is rocky.

 

There is a few bits of some trails that I've ridden that have dirt, but 99% of what I've ridden in Northeast PA is rocky.

The good news is that once you get used to it, you look like a superstar riding where there is actual dirt on the trails

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I'd never pay for "the lost trails" I ride those trails before they bought them. I know where there are trails near by there that they have not bought yet, I even know how to get to "their trails" from where I'm talking about

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I went there couple months ago yes it's rocky and there will be more four wheelers than dirtbikes and no single track but it's well marked basically red/black color coded trails are rock gardens but I rode them. Blue/green isn't rocky and you can get into third gear. If I was 1 hr away and I were u id go

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