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green Jarrett Creek Road - FSR 4030

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Trail

7.9 mile 12.7 kilometer point to point
Doubletrack
Easy

Elevation

Ascent: 710' 216 m
Descent: -1,296' -395 m
High: 2,468' 752 m
Low: 1,484' 452 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 15% (9°)

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Trail shared by Paul Stahlschmidt

A forest road used to connect Curtis creek with Old Fort.

Paul Stahlschmidt

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Description

Jarrett Creek is most often used as a connector to Curtis Creek road and way to get back to Old Fort. Gated and lightly used, it's much more like a trail than a road these days, with a mix of gravel and natural surface.

Traveling in the Curtis Creek direction, this trail drops approximately 1000 ft. from its highest point, and the last 4.5 miles are almost all downhill.

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Jul 19, 2018
Amy White
the washed out road section is passable with some cautious scrambling along the edge.
Apr 14, 2018
Clif Jones
Feb 24, 2018
Jarred-Stacey
Fun doubletrack gravel ride. Consistent ascent on the way up, to a blasting run back to the bottom. Packed gravel, loose flint rock.
Jun 21, 2017
Whit Barnes
4.3mi
Apr 22, 2017
Dan J
Mar 6, 2017
Trey Simpson
Jul 31, 2016
Allen Sl
10mi
Jul 8, 2014
Brandon Steger
parked at Jarret creek rd lot off of Curtis creek rd. Climbed 6.5miles up to a gate the turned around and flew back down to the lot. Was trying t... 13mi

Trail Ratings

  3.0 from 6 votes

#2

in Old Fort

#15324

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  3.0 from 6 votes
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#2

in Old Fort

#448

in North Carolina

#15,324

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