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Mossy Rock

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0.8 Miles 1.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

174' 53 m

Ascent

-362' -110 m

Descent

1,217' 371 m

High

913' 278 m

Low

13%

Avg Grade (8°)

36%

Max Grade (20°)

All Clear

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A boulder field with a trail cut through it.

Shag E.

Overview

Windrock OHV Park requires a land use permit! These are available at the Snack Shack at the end of Windrock Rd.

Description

Mossy Rock trail starts just up the trail on the left side. After a short climb, the trail descends through several steep rocky sections. Mossy Rock then makes a big sweep to the right and climbs up a little, flattens, and then drops back down through more technical rocks. The lines through this section are hard to see, but the trail has been built like a chute in order to keep you going the right direction.

The trail pops out onto the gravel road where you can climb, left, back to the parking area to try again, or you can go right and look for Backside Trail.

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#39

in Tennessee

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All Clear 76 days ago
Mostly Dry - Not a bad trail system. It needs better signage and some of the features need some work. Day pass was $22.
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