ElevationAscent: 460' 140 m
Descent: -460' -140 m
High: 554' 169 m
Low: 403' 123 m
GradeAvg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 11% (6°)
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“A fun ride open to the public in a subdivision near Chapel Hill, NC. A little bit of everything.”— Corey Scheip
Once you've completed the inner loop (Little Bennett), following the Bennett Mountain Trail will lead you to the main loop around the development. You can either go straight across the hiking trail on to Pokeberry Trail, or turn right and cross the large wooden bridge (and short rocky climb) and rejoin the biking trail on Copperhead, which is the main loop.
If parking at the Clubhouse, the easiest way to enter the trail is to exit the parking and turn left down Great Ridge Parkway. The main loop traverses the parkway. Go left for a climb up to the third parking lot, or going right will lead you to the bottom of Bennett Mountain.
If parking at the gravel lot on BC Parkway, there's an entrance behind a wooden kiosk which leads to a fun downhill, or you can cross the Parkway and find an immediate entrance to the trail which is another fun downhill. This trail will terminate at a dog park, just turn right on to the mulch trail to continue the main loop (cross a large wooden bridge) or to get to the Woods Run Out-and-Back.
All trails should now be marked and there are two large wooden bridges that you're going to cross during a loop.
Also, note the trails close when wet, please checktrianglemtb.com for up-to-date trail status and workdays.
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