Black Diamond Coal Mine Trail
The Black Diamond Coal Mine Trail is a 10.8 km moderate trail that is mostly used by mountain bikers. While hikers are still encouraged to check out the trail, we recommend keeping your eyes and ears open to facilitate good trail sharing. Dogs should be kept on a leash due to the presence of bikers. This trail sees moderate-heavy traffic.
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Route Description for Black Diamond Coal Mine Trail
The Black Diamond coal Mine Trail is most frequently used by mountain bikers, but hikers are also able to enjoy this moderate trail. It’s shaded and provides water views. Make sure you share the trail well and look out for bikers as you go.
Begin from the parking lot. There are lots of interconnecting trails in this area, so a downloaded GPS track is recommended. Head left onto Remasterand follow it to Master Link. Take a left onto Route 66 and a right onto Copperhead. Stay right and walk around a tight turn to begin your loop back on Lower Beaver Tracks. Turn left on Route 66 and follow this trail back to the trailhead.
Getting to the Black Diamond Coal Mine Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Black Diamond Coal Mine Trail is in the parking area off 3rd Ave.
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