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Pinhoti 3

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Trail

3.6 mile 5.8 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 1,111' 339 m
Descent: -440' -134 m
High: 2,382' 726 m
Low: 1,711' 522 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 8% (5°)
Max Grade: 24% (14°)

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Trail shared by John Picklesimer

Out and back trail with some serious switchbacks, steep climbs, and fast down hills.

John Picklesimer

Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

Description

Pinhoti 3 is essentially an out and back extending from Conasauga Road to the Chatsworth Highway. The trail is exclusively singletrack and 2000 ft. up to the Chatsworth Highway, but the return trip is almost exclusively downhill.

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Family Friendly, ADA Accessible, Need to Know, Features, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed

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Mar 12, 2020
Troy Lange
Awesome trail 9mi
Nov 30, 2019
Amy White
Nov 16, 2019
Shane Durkee
Jun 2, 2019
Hector Hermosillo
7.2mi
Mar 15, 2019
Oliver Gomez
Jun 25, 2018
Adam Strickland
little ride 3.5mi
May 23, 2014
nathan bankston
Great trail. Now to turn around and make that 1100+ vertical ft ascent into a descent. Can't wait. — 1h 01m
May 24, 2008
Lost Justpastnowhere

Trail Ratings

  4.6 from 11 votes

#3

in Mulberry Gap

#873

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#3

in Mulberry Gap

#29

in Georgia

#873

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Photos

Spring Flowers along the Trail
Apr 22, 2018 near Chatsworth, GA
Trail with mountains in the background
Apr 22, 2018 near Chatsworth, GA
View from Cohutta Overlook along 52
Apr 22, 2018 near Chatsworth, GA
View from Cohutta Overlook along 52
Apr 22, 2018 near Chatsworth, GA
Wake Robin Trilliums along trail
Apr 22, 2018 near Chatsworth, GA

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