Build Trails That Lead To Great Adventures

Our mission to preserve and expand multi-use single track trails is brought to life with the support of our partners, volunteers, and donors. Join us in creating life-altering work opportunities for young people that grow the sport of mountain biking through sustainable trail building and maintenance. Become a partner, propose a project, or volunteer.

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Our projects are made possible by donors, volunteers, and corporate sponsors. Each of our trail initiatives is designed to inspire and educate young people by providing them hands on outdoor trail building opportunities with the objective of developing life-long skills and a passion for nature.

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Do you have land that would be perfect for public mountain biking trails, or know someone looking for an experienced team to design, build, or maintain trails? We’re ready to make it happen. Get in touch, and let’s get to work.

OUR PARTNERS

One Track Mind partners with organizations that are passionate about environmental conservation and trail stewardship. Together, we create and protect trail systems that expand mountain biking access. Our partnerships offer young people across the country opportunities to develop skills that empower them to create their own paths in life.

Projects

Mission Creek

Mission Creek

OTM supported work in the Mission Creek section of the Duluth Traverse throughout summer 2020. Two Conservation Corps crews performed essential maintenance on some of the most remote, hard-to-reach sections of trail in the entire Traverse network. The first crew...

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Ely’s Peak

Ely’s Peak

The Stone Age Trail in the Ely’s Peak area of Duluth is a 1.25-mile double black diamond loop with a punishing climb that tests riders’ lungs and bike handling skills. The downhill section delivers a fast and nasty mix of rolls, drops, and jumps. OTM partnered with...

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Piedmont & Brewer

Piedmont & Brewer

OTM partnered with COGGS and the Conservation Corps of Minnesota and Iowa (MCC) to complete maintenance throughout the Piedmont Trail System in Duluth this summer. Piedmont consists of a nine-mile series of intermediate and advanced level trails. Over the past five...

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Split Rock Wilds

Split Rock Wilds

2020 was a huge year for Split Rock! The brand new trail system north of Two Harbors, Minnesota showcases twelve miles of rugged backcountry riding with rocky technical trails along ridgeline and smoother flow trail near the iconic Split Rock State Park. Last summer,...

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Downer Park Ridge Trail

Downer Park Ridge Trail

The newly constructed quarter-mile Downer Park Ridge Trail connects to the Downer Park Advanced Loop, which is a steep and technical rocky trail along the cliffs above Amity Creek. In the future, the Downer Park Ridge Trail will be incorporated into the Duluth...

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Loon Lake

Loon Lake

Loon Lake, often combined with the Secesh River Trail and Ruby Meadows trail to create the only IMBA Epic Trail in the McCall area is not to be missed. The 10 mile loop segment can be accessed from the Chinook Campground near Secesh, ID or combined with the Ruby...

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Paradise Trail

Paradise Trail

In 2020, Iowa Conservation Corps (MCC) Crews funded by the OTM Foundation built the new Paradise Trail near Two Harbors, MN in Demonstration Forest. Paradise Trail, a three a three-mile intermediate singletrack connecting two existing trail segments with tight and...

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Demonstration Forest

Demonstration Forest

OTM partnered with Iowa Conservation Corps (MCC) crews to complete trail maintenance, sign installation, and trail brushing throughout a whopping 30 miles of existing trail in Demonstration Forest in Two Harbors, Minnesota. The crews also built seven miles of new...

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Turquoise Trail

Turquoise Trail

OTM partnered with Rocky Mountain Youth Corps to build 6.5 miles of new trails near Leadville, Colorado. Crews worked extremely hard to construct a pair of directional trails in the shadow of some of Colorado's highest mountains. Rocky Mountain Youth Corps worked...

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Newmont Trail

Newmont Trail

In partnership with Cloud City Wheelers and Newmont Corporation, OTM will create four miles of new trails this summer that will provide the closest natural surface trails to the City of Leadville, Colorado. The new directional trail will link Leadville with the...

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Observatory Trail

Observatory Trail

This beautiful trail weaves through a stand of second growth forest consisting of redwoods and douglas fir in the Jackson State Demonstration forest located on the Mendocino Coast near Fort Bragg, California. Observatory trail is 2.2 miles in length, with two climbs...

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Slip n’ Slide

Slip n’ Slide

Leadville’s newest trail, Slip N Slide, was built in 2014 as a winter-only trail. In 2018, One Track Mind partnered with Cloud City Wheelers to update the trail for year-round use. Over the course of a month we transformed the trail into Lake County’s newest favorite...

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Ruby Meadows

Ruby Meadows

The Ruby/Loon Lake loop consists of three separate trails that can be ridden from two different trailheads. From Ruby Meadows Trailhead, there is a stout 20+ mile loop with a fair amount of climbing on the way home. The beginning of the trail is 4.5 miles of fast...

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Payette Lake

Payette Lake

The Payette Lake Trail is a new trail system that OTM is developing in collaboration with Progressive Trail Design and the Idaho Conservation Corps around Payette Lake. This Tahoe Rim style trail is the first half of a loop that will encircle the lake with three...

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Bear Basin

Bear Basin

Bear Basin is the McCall area’s original stacked loop trail system. Built close to town, Bear Basin utilizes existing logging roads and features 16 forested miles of narrow, winding single track that make it the most popular riding destination in the area. The trail...

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Lower Goose Creek

Lower Goose Creek

Lower Goose Creek is a favorite McCall area trail that is steep, rocky, and most often ridden as a shuttle. Ledges, fins and granite slabs make this trail a downhillers dream. Long sections of undulating single track wind through old growth forests and can be enjoyed...

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Cow Creek/Fitsum

Cow Creek/Fitsum

This trail is the bottom section of the Cow Creek/Fitsum Loop. A short scenic drive from McCall, this unique trail has been actively maintained by CIMBA for the last ten years. If you’re afraid of heights, this might not be your trail…or just don’t look down! In the...

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Monarch Trail

Monarch Trail

One Track Mind is funding the construction of nearly ten miles of professionally designed and built single track trails at Carver Park in Victoria, MN. The construction in the western part of the park began in September of 2019 and is set to be completed in late...

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20 Mile Trail

20 Mile Trail

Like many of the other USFS trails in the area, this trail leads into amazing alpine scenery. It was heavily impacted by the catastrophic wildfire season of 1999 and degraded substantially. OTM and ICC have spent thousands of hours rehabbing the trail over the last...

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East Fork Lake Fork Trail

East Fork Lake Fork Trail

This trail was adopted by CIMBA in 2001. The lower five miles have been a favorite out-and-back trail for riders since before bikes featured suspension. This is an intermediate trail that winds along two rugged mountain streams and rolls through a steep drainage...

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Latest News

Growing Up On The Trail

I’ll humbly admit that local McCall Idaho trail days were simply a source of socialization when I was younger. My 8-year-old self wasn’t a fan of long hot days with miles upon miles of walking, but at least my friends were there. As the years passed, my trail day...

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