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Intermediate

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4.7 mile 7.5 kilometer loop
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 298' 91 m
Descent: -300' -91 m
High: 752' 229 m
Low: 699' 213 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 11% (6°)

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The main trail of Tanglewood Park has plenty of berms, log-overs, and TTFs to keep it interesting.

Vinnie Connors

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Description

This trail starts out by the trailhead parking lot on Campground Road and travels in the counter-clockwise direction. This loop is the most technical and longest trail option of the Tanglewood Park system. This trail is very XC friendly due to its high speed, flowing layout and lack of elevation change. This trail has similar feel to Sherman Branch in Charlotte because of all the berms and man-made features. The trail is slightly under five miles in total distance and exits right near the entrance at the trailhead parking lot. The Main Loop connects to the Northern Loop by crossing Campground Road at the trailhead parking lot.

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Nov 24, 2019
Adriano Blacutt
Sep 15, 2019
D4 Deutschland
5mi — 0h 36m
Aug 2, 2019
Troy Flake
Jul 4, 2019
Emily Crandell
Aug 26, 2018
Mitch Tucker
4.7mi
May 5, 2018
Will O'Dowd
Fun flowing singletrack with some fun obstacles. Did one lap in about 30mins. 4.7mi
Apr 30, 2018
Chad Hemmings
first ride of the year. Had an ankle injury for a month. stopped twice one time for chain breaking and v hill to walk up. felt good 5.2mi
Mar 23, 2018
Andy Baer
5.2mi

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