Jones Mill MTB Trail
ElevationAscent: 345' 105 m
Descent: -348' -106 m
High: 585' 178 m
Low: 508' 155 m
GradeAvg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 11% (6°)
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“Tightly twisting intermediate singletrack with features for all skill levels.”— Hoopty MTB
Family Friendly Wildflowers and cedar glades abound; the trail is not difficult but does have some challenges to keep it interesting; excellent for all skill levels.
Orange Loop - Bald Knob is 1.4 miles long with a mix of rocks, roots, a rock garden, and sustained climbs with intermediate switchbacks. There are fast and flowy downhill sections coming off of the Bald Knob overlook of J. Percy Priest Lake.
Blue Loop is the newest addition to the system. It is 3.0 miles of intermediate XC singletrack. There are additional features for advanced/enduro skill levels and some tight climbing switchbacks with multiple creek crossings, which usually are dry.
Several huge trees were discovered in the park on this system. Cedar glades and wildflowers abound. Overall, lots of flowy, tight, and twisty singletrack.
Look for shared connectors at mile 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, and 2.5. The system is signed very well with loop marker designation and mileage.
There is also ample paved parking, which is patrolled by TN State Park Rangers and will enforce hours of operations. No night riding allowed.
The White Loop has a clearly signed shortcut which cuts this loop in half (1.0 mile). There are bi-directional shared connectors, which are clearly marked for access to-and-from Orange Loop - Bald Knob and White Loop. Access to Blue Loop is from Orange Loop - Bald Knob. Blue Loop has shared cut-through connections at mile 0.5, 1.0, 2.0 and 2.5.
Three is a sustained climb of almost 200 feet of elevation from the last creek crossing on Blue Loop to the top of the Orange Loop - Bald Knob Loop which overlooks J. Percy Priest Lake. Expect fast and flowy downhills from Bald Knob overlook with switchbacks and a rock garden toward the end of the loop. Utilize the bi-directional shared connectors for access to return on White Loop.
The trail drains exceptionally well and in most cases is rideable 24 hours after downpour - please check SORBA Mid-Tenn website for latest updates on trail conditions of this trail and others in Middle Tennessee. The trail is built on a limestone shelf and has a mixture of loose over hard terrain for the White and Orange Loops, while the Blue Loop is a 50/50 mix of rich soil and limestone.
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