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White Trail

Intermediate
 3.2 (5)

Beginner to intermediate trail with smooth climbs and mostly easy tread.


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Map Key

3.6

Miles

5.9

KM

Singletrack

896' 273 m

High

820' 250 m

Low

191' 58 m

Up

242' 74 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

7%

Max Grade (4°)

Dogs Unknown

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Description

Sections include Rabbit Run, Storm Track, White Pines Trail and Hayne Branch Trail.

Intermediate skill level, these are twisty, tight trails that travel through the northeast side of the park. The tread is variable, depending on which loop you do. Rabbit Run and Storm Track are similar: tight turns, short punchy climbs, smoother tread. Storm track opens up in a couple places to let you get a little more speed. White Pines trail is a nice loop through dense Pine trees, with a some rocky tread in the middle. Hayne Branch Trail is the most difficult of the White Trails; it has 2 creek crossings (the first travelling from east to west is pretty tough to find a line), is very rocky and rooty in spots and has a few short but steep climbs. A great place for beginner/intermediate riders to work on technical climbs.

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David Weiland

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  3.2 from 5 votes

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in Burns

#17531

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#2

in Burns

#359

in Tennessee

#17,531

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Jun 12, 2019
Jimmy Mcclain
Trail is in decent shape tons of rain this spring may have exposed more roots and rock and added to difficulty.
Sep 15, 2018
Dean Czerwinski
Good beginners trail is the outer rim RED, intermixed with the white if you want to Green looks like the next level up Yellow Blue looks most typical 4mi
Jun 30, 2017
Andrew Hopkins