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3 May 2017 No Comment

Mountain cycling in North Georgia offers the best views overlooking lakes, lush forests, streams, and rivers, in pristine State Parks/Wildlife Management areas.

Starting from rolling hills to steep mountain grades many trail rides offer a variety of degrees from the novice to experienced to go through the backcountry of these beautiful mountains.

It is highly recommended that all levels of skill be prepared for your trail ride.  Complete information about the trail, which includes distance, terrain, weather conditions, plus good equipment and supplies for your excursion, will help to make the trip enjoyable.

Organizations such as IMBA, SORBA, SABA, NGCA, and NGBDA can tell you specifics about trails, races, and other group ride events. Visit a local bicycle shop, listed in our area directory for further information. Websites we like include www.trails.com and www.dirtworld.com

Listed below are just a few of the numerous biking trails over a broad range of North Georgia’s eight counties to explore.

Happy Trails!

Ladyslipper – 7.2 mi – Cornelia

Jasus Creek Loop - 12 mi – Helen

Shortline Rail Trail – 2.4 mi – Tallulah Gorge St Park

Tallulah Gorge Trail – 20 mi – Tallulah Gorge St Park

White Twister - 4 mi – Clayton

Cooper Creek – 12.4 mi – Blairsville

Sosebee Cove - 7.8 mi – Suches

Flat Creek Loop – 6 mi – Blue Ridge

Hickey Knob – 4.6 mi – Blue Ridge

Mountaintown Creek – 19 mi – Ellijay

Rich Mtn Wildlife Mgmnt Area - 6 mi – Ellijay

Bull Mtn / Moss Creek – 11.3 mi – Dahlonega

Montgomery Creek Loop - 8.5 mi –  Dahlonega

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