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Clear Creek Trail

 3 votes

Length

11.4 Miles 18.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

667' 203 m

Ascent

-666' -203 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

15%

Max Grade (8°)

427' 130 m

High

312' 95 m

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One of the best trails in northern Mississippi.

Bill Goodson

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The Clear Creek Trail is approximately 13.5 miles long and is physically demanding. It may not look like much, but riders quickly learn Clear Creek isn't for lightweights.

Clear Creek offers a series of rolling hills, switchbacks, and a few trail obstacles (small logs). There are three loops that can be ridden individually or all together for an awesome 13.5 mile ride. This trail generally dries much quicker than other trails in the area as it is along the banks of the south side of Sardis Lake, just northwest of Oxford, MS.

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Apr 14, 2018
Michel Roy
Mar 11, 2017
Roger Ekstrom
Very good trail and with good length. A whole lot of it is fairly easy but there are a few places that call for the blue square rating. good for MS! 12.4mi — 2h 19m

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  3.7 from 3 votes

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  3.7 from 3 votes
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#57

in Mississippi

#10,899

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This trail is very good for MS. In context I would give it a 4 but comparing to trails across the country it gets a 3. Great length. Provides a good feel of being in the woods instead of the common back side of a subdivision. Nothing too technical and most of the trail is a green circle or on the verge of a blue square. The few blue square areas can be walked if needed. Well maintained! Mar 22, 2017

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