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Surrounding Stub Stewart Loop

  • Length:
    10.5 miles
  • Difficulty:
  • Nearby Cities:
    Buxton, Banks, Manning
  • Region:
    Greater Portland

Trailhead Elevation: 456 ft

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A lovely no- to low-traffic gravel route around Stub Stewart State Park. Goes up Bacona Road, a hardpack and light gravel road, then comes back down on the Banks-Vernonia paved trail. Park at Buxton Traihead on the Banks-Vernonia. Route can be done in either direction. Recommend riding the trails in Stub Stewart as well while you’re there.

Tire: 28c


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