Great Bicycle Trails in the Southeast !

Tsali Recreation Area - North Carolina - What can I say about Tsali that has not already been said. This place has more miles of great single track mountain bike trails than you can shake a handlebar at. Great! Wonderful! Located near Bryson City, NC on the shores of beautiful Lake Fontana.
Cohutta Area - North Georgia - There are many bike trails located in the Chattahoochee National Forest near and bordering the Cohutta Wilderness Area. It is located near Chattsworth and Eljay, GA.
Crockford Pigeon Mountain - Georgia - This is a Wildlife Management Area and contains miles of horse and bicycles. It is near Menlo, GA or Mentone, AL. This is a great place to ride. Some of it is rough, but has some great riding.
North Georgia Area Trails - There are many good mountain bike trails in North Georgia. Around the cities of Ellijay, Dahlonega, Helen, Gainesville, Cornelia. Here are a few of the trails that are there and sources where you can get more information on the trails and riding in North Georgia.
Silver Comet Trail - Georgia - This is a Rails-to-trails that goes from Smyrna through Power Springs, Hiram, Dallas and to Rockmart, Georgia. Riding on this trail is excellent. When it is complete it will go to the Alabama line and connect with the Chief Ladiga Trail.
Longleaf Trace Trail - Mississippi - This is a Rails-to-trails that goes 44 miles from Prentiss through Carson, Bassfield, Sumrall to Hattiesburg. This is a paved trail and has a horseback riding trail that parallels it.


Chattanooga Bicycle Club - This site has excellent information on riding in the Chattanooga, Tennessee area, in western North Carolina, & North Georgia. Some of the rides it details are: The Chilhowee Trail System{NC}, Chestnut Mountain Trail{NC}, Old Copper Road Ride{NC}, Edwards Point {TN}, Booker T. Washington Trail {TN}, Sumac Creek Loop Trail{GA}, Iron Mountain / Conasauga River Trail System {GA}.

 

There are so many good places to ride and not enough time for most of us to ride them. Here are a few of them which are not in North Alabama, but are not too far away. I do not have this part complete. I have ridden most of these places. Soon I hope include directions to the areas with maps, trail maps, sources, and trail descriptions. More information and links to other sites with good riding info are on the way.

 


Please inform me of any corrections or additions to the places listed on this page. A page such as this can quickly become out of date. If you have a place you would like to see here let me know that also. "All I need is a little help from my friends."

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