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Trail

4.7 mile 7.6 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 276' 84 m
Descent: -288' -88 m
High: 1,161' 354 m
Low: 1,048' 319 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 8% (5°)

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Trail shared by Brian Smith

A tour of the stacked loop system on offer at Mt. Tabor Park.

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Park Hours 8:00am - 11:00pm.

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

Overview

This ride path incorporates the three main loops at Mt. Tabor Park: Pine Pong, Rocks of Doom and Booger.

Remember, these trails change direction daily, so this may not be the direction that you'll ride through the park.

Description

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.

Start out on Pine Pong, a tight, twisty trail that has plenty of pines. A couple tough turns and some loose rock keeps this from being a complete beginner trail. At the first intersection, turn onto Rocks of Doom. Rocks of Doom challenges riders with slippery loose rocks and roots.

The next intersection that you'll encounter will be with Booger. Booger is the most difficult of the three trails. Loose rock, tight turns and a few short steep climbs will keep the heart pumping. Follow Booger all the way around to its second intersection with Rocks of Doom and finish the portion of Rocks of Doom that you have yet to do. Finally, finish out the last section of Pine Pong and return to the trailhead.

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Oct 13, 2018
tim thiele
4.7mi
Aug 5, 2018
Frankie Eiknarf
4.7mi
Jun 4, 2018
D.C. Sharp
Nov 26, 2017
Drew H.
Oct 10, 2017
Nick Lamb
Jul 15, 2017
Brendan Bowers
First time on the trail! 4.7mi
Jan 14, 2017
Alex Gossett
6.8mi
Dec 9, 2016
Brett Morton
First ride. Trails hard to see with so many leaves on the ground.

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  3.5 from 11 votes

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You gotta ride it more than once... it's just that simple. 3 or 4 times and you start to get it. After 10 you're loving it... most people never make it past 1 or 2. Jan 14, 2015
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Anonymous User  
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 because I didn’t use the large chainring for high gears, not super low gears like it says in the article. I also like the clearance as there are downed trees all over the trails. I also prefer the 2 chainrings incase I come around a corner and there is a step climb, I can drop to the low/small chainring and have a really lo gear. Best Mountain Bike Under : $500 empiremountainbikes.com/ Sep 21, 2015
E AA  
This was my first time riding at this park. Someone had to point out to me where the other trail head was due to the direction change. There were places where the trail was not marked well enough for a new comer. Watch out for roots and pine straw in the turn. The roots which are in the shadows can play tricks on you. Overall, I enjoyed my ride. I will be going back to ride the opposite direction. Jul 12, 2017

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