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Spaas Creek Road

 3.0 (2)

3.8 Miles 6.1 Kilometers


Doubletrack

62' 19 m

Ascent

-480' -146 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

1,255' 382 m

High

777' 237 m

Low

Shared By Chris Chaney

Conditions


All Clear 1 day ago
Muddy - Mud holes are mostly avoidable. Great ride if you don’t mind getting the bike dirty. History

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This was once a great trail, but has been poorly maintained for years.

Chris Chaney

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Description

Spaas Creek Road (CR-1206) was once a great road and had been hardened against erosion with geosynthetics and a heavy road base. But years of neglect and heavy ORV use have basically destroyed this road for all but serious off-road riders. That said, it provides and important connection between Hatton Ridge Road and the Gorge area to the south and still has some great rideable sections.

The northernmost end is in good shape and provides access to FR 167 and Hatton Ridge Road from KY 713 (paved) in Menifee County. The southern portion has suffered the worse abuse and is best used as a connection to other regional trails.

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Nov 5, 2016
Chris Chaney
A little muddy, but in pretty good shape right now
Oct 28, 2016
Chris Chaney
Oct 11, 2016
Chris Chaney
In decent shape now but there is still some mud. Wreaks havoc on your drivetrain. Still a lot of fun
Mar 26, 2016
Tim Coleman
Very muddy and wet. Had to hike a lot of this road. There were a few nice spots. Big hill to finish.

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  3.0 from 2 votes

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in Kentucky

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