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Clear Creek Trail

Intermediate
 3.9 (13)

One of the best trails in northern Mississippi.


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Map Key

11.4

Miles

18.3

KM

Singletrack

427' 130 m

High

312' 95 m

Low

667' 203 m

Up

666' 203 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

15%

Max Grade (8°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Description

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.

Contacts

Shared By:

Bill Goodson

Trail Ratings

  3.9 from 13 votes

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  3.9 from 13 votes
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Trail Rankings

#28

in Mississippi

#6,893

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Photos

Switchback going up if going clockwise.
Jan 3, 2021 near Sardis, MS
Scenic area along the lake.
Jan 3, 2021 near Sardis, MS
Just general view of how parts of the trail look in December.
Jan 3, 2021 near Sardis, MS
For the short loop I rode, I went to the right at this sign instead of the left.
Jan 16, 2021 near Sardis, MS

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Check-Ins

Mar 19, 2021
Adam Davis
11mi — 11h 00m
Dec 27, 2020
Beth K
Slippery leaves make the beginner part challenging. Slightly beyond my ability. 2.5mi
Nov 8, 2020
Jamie Mathews
May 9, 2020
Private User
May 2, 2020
Kevin Gaylord
Jun 15, 2019
J JHbike
May 16, 2019
Don Childrey
7mi
Aug 25, 2018
Bruce Alt
Trail dry and in good condition. All bridges in place. Lots of small to mid-size branches from summer storms. 11.1mi