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greenBlue Purple Trail 2 (310B)

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Trail

9.8 mile 15.8 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 578' 176 m
Descent: -526' -160 m
High: 551' 168 m
Low: 373' 114 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 11% (6°)

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Trail shared by Christopher Rorden

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A ride through the southern woods of the Buncombe Trails area.

Christopher Rorden

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Description

This purple-blazed segment is also part of the Palmetto Trail Enoree passage (which is blazed yellow). This is one of the least used parts of the trail. While it is not a technical trail, portions are neglected and in fall and winter leaves can hide roots and pot holes. Most of this segment is through the forest, but there are brief gravel segments. The poor condition of the trail make it more suitable for a bike with suspension.

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in South Carolina

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Where is the parking for this trail? Dec 27, 2018
From the 66, turn on Forest Service Road 358 (Brick House Road) the Buncombe Trailhead parking area ia on left, see fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DO…. For Google maps "40 Brick House Rd, Whitmire, SC 29178" Dec 27, 2018

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