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08/07/2015 Morristown, Tennessee

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9.0 Miles 14.5 Kilometers


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1,351' 412 m

Ascent

-1,354' -413 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

20%

Max Grade (11°)

1,276' 389 m

High

1,082' 330 m

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Nice trail system in Panther Creek State Park

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Old Farm Trails are easy 1.0 or 1.5 mile loops.
Trout Lily Trail is a 2.0 mile loop developed by the Appalachian Mountain Bike Club. Its for experienced bicyclists.
Deer Run Trail winds back and forth for 0.8 miles
Piney Cove Trail after 0.6 mile, connects with either Old Wagon Trail or Panther Path.
Panther Path starts near the park entrance. It connects with the Old Wagon Road Trail to make almost a 2 mile bike ride or hike.
Old Wagon Trail is great for youngsters. Its flat for 0.8 mile and bicyclists and hikers can connect to Piney Cove and Deer Run trails for an extended ride or walk.
Trail Length: 8 miles
Trail Rating: Intermediate

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Apr 3, 2018
Sereina Spoon
Upper and lower trout Lilly trail 2.9mi
Mar 23, 2018
Jason Pinckney
Starting outer loop, lots of climbing. The Trout Lilly trail was great lots of technical rock obstacles. Lots more to go ride. 7.1mi
Mar 19, 2018
Allen Braswell
Dec 24, 2017
Michael Cherry
Sep 17, 2017
Betsy Saylor
Nice little climbs altho I had to puffty-out on Lower Trout Lily's rock fun along the lake. skillz! :)

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