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Sore Heel Trail

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Length

0.3 Miles 0.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

67' 21 m

Ascent

0' 0 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

981' 299 m

High

913' 278 m

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A shared use trail that connects Flat Holler Trailhead to mtbing and climbing in Sore Heel Hollow.

Chris Chaney

Overview

Short-term camping allowed, NO CAMP FIRES. Must fill out this waiver before riding. Please obey all posted regulations.
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Dogs: Off-leash

Description [Suggest Changes]

Beginning at the Flat Holler Trailhead ride back up Bald Rock Road opposite the direction you came in and look for a wooden bridge across the creek on the left (north). This is the beginning of the Sore Heel Trail.

The first half meanders along the creek bottoms over a few wooden bridges and some rock armored sections. This is an easy and wide--but enjoyable--section. After reaching the upper parking lot (difficult to reach in a passenger car) the character changes as the trail leaves the bottoms and follows and old doubletrack up the hillside.

This trail is the lollipop stem of a longer trail under development.

This land is owned by the Red River Gorge Climbers Coalition. If you enjoy riding/climbing here and want to see more trails, please donate to RRGCC AND/OR KYMBA

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Jun 10, 2017
Chris Chaney
May 24, 2016
Chris Chaney
Aug 22, 2015
Chris Chaney
In pretty good shape right now. Needs some weedeating.

Trail Ratings

  3.0 from 1 vote

#6

in Flat Hollow

#16756

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#6

in Flat Hollow

#165

in Kentucky

#16,756

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