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Tindo Loops

 4.2 (11)

2.3 Miles 3.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

105' 32 m

Ascent

-110' -34 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

6%

Max Grade (3°)

1,359' 414 m

High

1,260' 384 m

Low

Shared By Paul Stahlschmidt

Conditions


Bad / Closed 6 days ago

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Easy, fun, beginner loops.

Paul Stahlschmidt

Dogs Unknown

Features eMTB allowed

These trails are closed by the park staff when impacted by wet weather or freeze-thaw. If the weather in the area of the park is questionable (i.e. it has rained within 24 hours of your trip), be sure to check the trail status at the top of the Lake James State Park website before you go.

Description

To access the Tindo Loops, follow the un-named Entrance Connector Trail out of the parking lot and take the first left on the Tindo Loops Connector. Proceed down the hill and across one gravel road to the figure eight-configured Tindo Loops.

These trails are rated beginner. The trail corridor does get narrow in places with sapling pines and other small trees tight to the trail, but overall there is little to no technical challenge.

Though there is signage at all of the intersections, navigation can be a bit confusing; just remember that to complete all of Tindo, continue straight across (both times) when you come to the four-way intersection.

FYI: "Tindo" is Catawba for Blue Jay.

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Check-Ins

Jul 21, 2018
Danny Moore
Jul 10, 2018
Kelvin Rattley
Nov 17, 2017
Kevin Jackson
2.7mi
Jun 15, 2017
Whit Barnes
3.5mi
Oct 22, 2016
Allen Sl
5mi
Jul 3, 2016
Byron Watson
Fun riding with grandson Anthony...great beginner trail
Aug 12, 2015
Thomas Mayer
Both loops clockwise 3.4mi — 25h 11m

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  4.2 from 11 votes

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  4.2 from 11 votes
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#119

in North Carolina

#4,085

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644 Since Jul 3, 2014
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Not very impressive trail at all. Just a simple trail that meanders through a young pine thicket. Tons of spider webs across the trail. No views. Disappointing. Sep 16, 2017

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