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Pine Pong

Intermediate

Trail

1.1 mile 1.8 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 83' 25 m
Descent: -93' -28 m
High: 1,128' 344 m
Low: 1,059' 323 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 9% (5°)

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Trail shared by Thom Cerny

Tight, twisty and lots of pine trees.

Thom Cerny

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Park Hours 8:00am - 11:00pm

Description

Part of the Mt. Tabor Park stacked loop trail system, Pine Pong is tight, twisty and has plenty of pines. A couple tough turns and some loose rock keeps this from being a complete beginner trail. Use this trail to get to Rocks of Doom and Booger.

At the trailhead you'll find a playground, pond, baseball fields, recreation center, tennis courts and an asphalt walking trail as well as a 3/8 mile kids loop. It's a good place to bring the family to ride and enjoy the outdoors, picnic and play.

Riding direction changes daily. Check signs at trailhead. Trail may close due to wet conditions. Please check imba-westga.org for trail status.

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Apr 25, 2020
Mike Kotas
1st ever trail for myself and family including twin 9-year old boys; very narrow, twisting, bumpy; some sleeps; not for beginners 1.6mi — 0h 45m
Dec 29, 2018
Chris Hardy
Nov 19, 2018
Olga M

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Nice short trail for first timers and kids.
Sep 29, 2015 near Hiram, GA
Several bridge crossings
Oct 24, 2018 near Dallas, GA
Trail direction changes daily.  Please check sign before riding.
Sep 29, 2015 near Hiram, GA
Directional signage
Sep 29, 2015 near Dallas, GA
Directional Signage
Sep 29, 2015 near Dallas, GA
Mt. Tabor Park
Dec 15, 2014 near Hiram, GA

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