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Priests Landing Trail

Easy/Intermediate
 3.3 (10)

Cruise through the Palmetto's of coastal Savannah.


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Map Key

6.7

Miles

10.7

KM

Singletrack

93' 28 m

High

10' 3 m

Low

354' 108 m

Up

361' 110 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

18%

Max Grade (10°)

Dogs Off-leash

E-Bikes Unknown

Family Friendly Not difficult and easy to navigate.

Description

This is a fast and flowing trail with no major obstacles. It's very easy to navigate. Once you leave the OSCA Rd. parking lot, there is a single trail. You'll pass a marsh pond on your left filled with birds and a heavily rooted area.

Just past this, the trail can split left for a tougher section or stay right. Going left, you'll encounter a fun pumpy section known as the Priest Landing Alternate Route. After some weaving, you'll reach the main trail again. As the trail unfolds, stay right and hug the marsh. It will twist and turn into the forest and out to the edge of the water, with multiple bridge crossings.

When you get about two-thirds of the way back, you'll come to the spaghetti bowl. There are a host of easy pumps, drops, jumps, and other features to challenge riders. After reaching the end of the trail, you loop around and take the inner trail through the pine forest. This is more chill than the marsh side, but does contain a great rollercoaster feature, as well as a few twist and turns here and there.

There are also several little off-chutes/connectors to switch between the inner forest trail and the marsh trail, for those that want to repeat certain sections, or bypass a potentially downed tree.

Contacts

Shared By:

Leigh Stadelmeier with improvements by Troy Stoner

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  3.3 from 10 votes

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  3.3 from 10 votes
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#270

in Georgia

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Looking toward Wilmington Island.
Sep 23, 2018 near Isle of…, GA
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Dec 3, 2020
Leigh Stadelmeier
13.3mi — 1h 22m
Nov 1, 2019
Melissa Lapin
No trail signs. stoped a dozen times to find the trail direction. Almost had a head on with two bikers as trail is bidirectional, no sigh lines.
Sep 20, 2019
Darrin West
First time here. Signs very hard to find and follow. Great trail for a good workout! 10mi — 1h 13m
Mar 30, 2019
Jony Amaya
Dec 26, 2018
Mark Quint
Oct 22, 2018
Jaclyn Vanderhoef
Rode 5.x miles with Hawk and Jett after Jett completed a ten mile race. Had a great time!!
Sep 21, 2018
Keith Ehman
7mi
Aug 25, 2018
Katie Johnson
7.9mi