No motorized vehicles, ATVs, or motorcycles.
These trails twist and turn through dense pine forest along the upper floodplain of Julington Creek. They are beginner to intermediate level trails with natural features such as small roots and occasional muddy spots to ride over/through.
Need to Know
SORBAJAX conducts occasional workdays for trail maintenance and improvements such as pavers through wet, muddy sections. Check SORBAJAX.org for scheduled events and workdays.
Start this ride on Red Loop
. This trail serves as entrance and exit to entire Losco trail system. Like all three loops in the system, it's flat and features palmetto roots, mud at times, and is generally fairly easy trail to ride. About half-way through Red Loop
, split off onto White Loop
You can go either direction of White Loop
but this ride goes counter-clockwise here. Follow very similar trail to what you experienced on Red Loop
and look for another junction, again about half-way through the loop.
Ride the complete Blue Loop
and follow it back to White Loop
to finish whichever half you didn't already ride. Back at Red Loop
, decide whether to exit the system or do a few more laps.
Shared By: Pete Johnson