PLAY BIKING TRAILS
Intermediate Trails
Airport Loop Alternative

Airport Loop Alternative
The Airport Loop Alternative extends the original loop by 12.5 miles and is classified as an intermediate route. This route takes riders further out into the East Texas countryside where cyclists can view more of the farms, pastures and wooded areas around the county. There are still some unique sights along this route that include the Pine Valley Race Track and the History Center in Diboll. View a map of the Airport Loop Alternative.

 

Allentown Loop

Allentown Loop
The Allentown Loop is not a very long route, but still provides a great workout for cyclists. This route is featured as a 25-mile route for the Pineywoods Purgatory Event every year. There are numerous small hills that will help riders pick up steam, as well as challenge them to climb. The scenery can be really nice at times with traditional farms and pasturelands and wooded areas. View a map of the Allentown Loop.

 

Allentown Loop Alternative

Allentown Loop Alternative
The Allentown Loop Alternative takes 5.5 miles off the original Allentown Loop and avoids the busy Highway 69. This gives riders the opportunity to enjoy more of the scenery along the less traveled farm-to-market roads. There are still great hills to overcome along this route, especially along Farm-to-Market Road 2021. During this portion, riders will increase and decrease in elevation many times. This will help keep the heart rate going because there is not much time to rest between each climb. View a map of the Allentown Loop Alternative.

 

Huntingon Loop

Huntington Loop
The Huntington Loop is a 26-mile route that takes cyclists through the heart of Angelina County. Riders will have the opportunity to view farm and ranch country, as well as wooded pine and hardwood forests. The beginning of this route starts off with narrow roads that have a rough surface, but the Highway 103 portion of the route utilizes a wide shoulder and has rolling hills to get riders warmed up for the rest of the ride. View a map of the Huntington Loop.

 

Shawnee Prairie Loop

Shawnee Prairie Loop
The Shawnee Prairie Loop is a 38.0-mile route that takes riders through the heart of Angelina County. There are plenty of opportunities to view open farm and pasturelands, as well as wooded pine and hardwood forests. This makes the route ideal for cyclists looking to get a rewarding exercise while experiencing the Pineywoods Region of East Texas. Caution should be used, however, once the high traffic roads such as Highway 69 and Loop 287. There is a shoulder along these roads, but there is much more traffic and higher speed limits. View a map of the Shawnee Prairie Loop.

 

Shawnee Prairie Loop Alternative

Shawnee Prairie Loop Alternative
The Shawnee Prairie Loop Alternative adds 7.5 miles to the original route and takes cyclists even further through the heart of Angelina County. Riders will have the opportunity to view farm and ranch country, as well as wooded pine and hardwood forests. The beginning of this route starts off with narrow roads that have a rough surface, but the Highway 103 portion of the route utilizes a wide shoulder and has rolling hills to get riders warmed up for the rest of the ride. View a map of the Shawnee Prairie Loop Alternative.

 

Wells Loop

Wells Loop
The Wells Loop is a 45.3-mile route that will take cyclisst through mostly Angelina County, but will also include a portion of Cherokee County. This route will give riders the opportunity to view the Pineywoods Region of East Texas and is included as one of the 50-mile routes for the Pineywoods Purgatory Event held every year. View a map of the Wells Loop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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