Baby Goat

 
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Ascent

-185' -56 m

Descent

1,172' 357 m

High

987' 301 m

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11%

Avg Grade (6°)

14%

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A short, fun trail connecting Mountain Goat to the Berry Reservoir

Benji Britt

Overview

Be on the look out for hikers, and horse back riders. Follow this link for the Berry College Policies for Recreational Use by the Public: berry.edu/uploadedFiles/Web...
This is a short, fun trail. Several ramps over some fallen trees and a few steep sections make for an interesting ride!

Need to Know

Last section will have standing water on it after it rains. Be aware of the four tree crossings and take the trail slow your first few times.

Description

The best way to get to the trailhead is to take the House of Dreams road until you get to Mountain Goat about half way up. It's the first gravel road you'll pass on your left. Follow Mountain Goat for about a mile and a half and you'll see several trail heads on your left. Of the three or four trailheads that start there, Baby Goat is the one furthest to the right. The start of the trail immediately goes over two fallen trees and then into a steep descent. The trail then levels out for two more tree crossings. After the final tree crossing the trail gets steep again. Hug the left side of the trail until it levels out again and then just enjoy the flow until it dead ends at the reservoir on Redmond Gap Rd. Be weary that the last 100 yards or so turn into a creek for a few days whenever it rains!

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