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green Little River

Trail

1.2 mile 1.9 kilometer point to point
Doubletrack
Easy

Elevation

Ascent: 25' 8 m
Descent: -62' -19 m
High: 2,685' 818 m
Low: 2,640' 805 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 1% (1°)
Max Grade: 5% (3°)

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Trail shared by Vinnie Connors

A fairly flat, mostly doubletrack trail that connects to both ends of Cedar Rock.

Vinnie Connors

E-Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

DuPont State Recreational Forest is a very popular multi use, bi-directional trail system, so be on the lookout for hikers, horses, and other cyclists. It is normally open in any weather although it can close in extended periods of freeze / thaw during the winter.

Description

Little River starts off of Corn Mill Shoals shortly after the western intersection with Burnt Mountain. After an easy descent, the trail crosses a log bridge over a small stream before the first intersection with Cedar Rock. After another half mile, the trail connects with the other end of Cedar Rock and continues for a few more yards where it ends at a clearing under some power lines.

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Jun 29, 2019
Tim Werdmann
Apr 8, 2019
Courtney Harasz
Burnt Mtn, Big Rock Loop 1.2mi
Oct 7, 2018
MIKE J
Sep 15, 2018
Stacey Vaughan
1mi
Apr 8, 2018
Allen Braswell
flat mellow ride
Oct 10, 2017
Richard Peters
Sep 24, 2017
Connor Woodruff
1.1mi
Mar 14, 2017
Brian Sheets

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#14127

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#428

in North Carolina

#14,127

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