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Atlatl

 4.5 (4)

1.3 Miles 2.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

147' 45 m

Ascent

-86' -26 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

1,776' 541 m

High

1,650' 503 m

Low

Shared By Zack Butler

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A fun singletrack alternative to the Cloudland Canyon Connector Trail - Price Branch Section.

Zack Butler

Dogs Unknown

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Description

From the Ascalon Trailhead, Atlatl begins on the Cloudland Canyon Connector Trail - Price Branch Section just uphill from the Price Branch Bridge. It is a singletrack alternative to the Cloudland Canyon Connector Trail - Price Branch Section, which crosses it twice between its termini, which are also on the Cloudland Canyon Connector Trail - Price Branch Section.

Like the Barkeater with Poor Pony Option on the other side of Price Branch, it weaves in and out of small gullies on the plateau and offers more dips and flow than the Cloudland Canyon Connector Trail - Price Branch Section offers. However, Atlatl does not have any rock gardens.

In some spots, the trail becomes relatively narrow and steep, although not so steep that it is impossible to ride. Watch out for ticks in the warmer months as there is often some vegetation over the trail.

Contacts

Local Club: SORBA - Chattanooga

Land Manager: Lula Lake Land Trust

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Apr 13, 2017
Stephanie Fischer
Nice! Those little bridges are sometimes questionable for a heavy rider. 1.3mi
Mar 26, 2016
Lost Justpastnowhere

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