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Outer Loop

 4 votes

Length

3.8 Miles 6.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

448' 137 m

Ascent

-448' -136 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

841' 256 m

High

667' 203 m

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A few entertaining miles situated on the shores of scenic Chickamauga Lake.

Bryan Keene

Overview

Hours: 7am - Sunset
Trail Direction: Either Direction
Please yield to foot traffic at all times.
Avoid the trail use when the ground is wet or soft due to rain, snow, flooding and/or freeze thaw.
Features: -none-

Description

The Outer Loop at Booker T. Washington State Park is situated on the shores of scenic Chickamauga Lake. It provides wonderful views of the lake and park.

The Outer Loop makes a complete loop around the MTB trail area. This route also provides access to the two Inner Loops.

The Outer Loop is clearly marked by BLUE blazes located on various trees.

Parking lots with the most convenient trail access are either the upper lot (first lot on your right, near the pool) or at the lower lot by the pavilion and restrooms.

Contacts

Local Club: SORBA - Chattanooga

Land Manager: Tennessee State Parks

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Feb 8, 2018
Donald Parker
Jun 20, 2017
Ronald Burgundino
First time riding here since moving from GA, I thought it was fun and perfect for a single speed. Nice views as well
Jun 3, 2017
Eva VanHook
Oct 8, 2016
Stephen Claiborne
Feb 11, 2016
Tom Fraser
tight twisty no climb
Jan 28, 2015
Paul Appleby
Aug 23, 2014
Alexander Kalberer

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in Tennessee

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Just started riding here because ESNP is closed for 30 days for maintenance. Nice course kind of rooty, but not a lot of rocks and it seems well maintained. Non directional trails but the lack of bike traffic minimizes the risk of trouble from oncoming traffic. Jan 28, 2015

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