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10.8 mile 17.4 kilometer loop
90% Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 626' 191 m
Descent: -626' -191 m
High: 339' 103 m
Low: 237' 72 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 12% (7°)

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Starting from the Flowers Chapel Rd Parking Area, this includes all of the trails and no roads.

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Overview

This featured ride is long, flowing, fun, and covers all of the trails in the Forever Wild Trails system without relying on the fire roads.

Description

This ride covers all of the trails and boardwalks on the Forever Wild Property. It does not cover all of the Emergency Roads. Starting on the Flowers Chapel Road side, warm up on the Beaver Tail Flats and then go on the boardwalks on Connector A to Connector B and then turn left on Connector B and make your way to Zion Cemetery Ridge.

Turn left and go to the large junction and turn left on the upper part of the Big Levee trail. Make your way around to S.A.M.'s Creekside Trail.

After that, continue on Big Levee back to the main junction. Take the fast track back to the parking lot and then head back to Connector B. After crossing the connector, go left to Stagecoach Plateau and go left at the T-intersection to go to Dragon's Tail.

Turn left onto Dragon's Tail and when you reach the end of this trail, start heading back to the parking area by using Stagecoach Plateau and Connector A.

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Apr 10, 2019
Neal Nalley
Nice trail for the terrain! 20.8mi
Jan 28, 2019
matt Shelley
Dec 4, 2018
Kerry Farrell
10.8mi
Apr 30, 2018
Patrick Etheridge
18.5mi — 2h 00m
Dec 17, 2017
Mike Bailey
Jul 4, 2017
Stuart Wilks
4.5mi
Jun 4, 2017
Jesse Hess
May 25, 2017
Travis Harbuck

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  4.6 from 16 votes

#553

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  4.6 from 16 votes
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#6

in Alabama

#553

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This trail sysem is a real gem. The total trail complex is about 10 miles of extremely well built trails composed of a hard packed access road that connects five distinct trail systems. The trail is built for flow and it delivers on a level that we do not see in most trail systems in the region. It is built so that beginners with climbing legs can ride it and have fun while expert riders will have a blast and test their skills. Oct 2, 2016
Michael Vann
Dawson, GA
Michael Vann   Dawson, GA
Check out this trail when you can. It's a fun ride. Just watch out for other users. Go enjoy. Oct 31, 2016
wear a brightly colored shirt. and watch for others...have fun.... Nov 21, 2016

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