NOTICE: The Frisco NW Community trail has been reopened to the public. The new trail head is about a quarter mile south of the original trail head, just off the east side of Teel. The new trail totals about 5.5 miles and now consists of a single outer loop (Ranger—a reworking of the remaining portions of the original Ranger and Red Hawk) and two inner loops (Wolverine and Coyote). The information below will updated to accurately reflect the current trail as soon as possible.
For the latest news and updates on the Frisco MTB trail, join the Frisco DORBA Mountain Bike Trail Facebook group. The information below will change when the new version of the trail is open to the public.
Frisco NW Community Trail is a beginner to intermediate trail consisting of a single outer loop, with two additional loops of varying difficulty:
- Ranger (outer loop)
All three loops are one direction singletrack. Start from the new Ranger trail head and go right (counter-clockwise) if you’re a biker,and left (clockwise) if you’re a hiker.
Frisco NW Community Trail has a few technical trail features, including jumps, bridges, a log roll, a rock garden, a roller coaster, a rolldown, drops, berms, and flat corners. Technical trail features are added regularly. The one downside to this trail system is that it has very little tree cover.