“A fast, flowing singletrack ride in the hills and a trip through a BARN...so much fun!”
— Eddie Cagle
After you exit the north side of the 357 section of Mt. Zion
, pedal along smooth singletrack wooded paths. Make a 90° left turn and begin to rip down a flowing singletrack while winding through the trees picking up speed as you go.
Next, you fly down and back up a series hills that will leave smiles on everyone's faces. This is a type of flow trail not normally experienced in the south.
After you drop down the last hill, you speed up the beginning of the largest hill on the Mt. Zion
trail, just grab a climbing gear and pedal to the top. After a little more winding along smooth trail, you'll find yourself riding through a BARN.
Once you pop out the other side, you ride a pond levee and soon rejoin the fantastic 357 portion of the Mt. Zion