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White Loop

 3.0 (1)

2.0 Miles 3.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

72' 22 m

Ascent

-74' -23 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

547' 167 m

High

508' 155 m

Low

Shared By Hoopty MTB

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Just under two miles of singletrack with access to the other loops via the one-way Yellow Connector.

Hoopty MTB

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Family Friendly Abundant wildflowers and cedar glades. Less than two miles long and great for beginners.

Park open from 7 a.m. CST to dusk; TN State Park rules apply; hikers/runners yield right-of-way to MTB; trail is clockwise only for MTB, bi-directional for hiking/running; do not ride trails when wet; ride through mud, not around. One Way Only: This is designated as a directional trail.

Need to Know

Hikers and runners yield right-of-way to MTB. Abundant wildflowers and cedar glades.

Description

This loop has a mix of short, punchy climbs with mixed grade reversals and descents. Expect intermediate challenges like rocky descents, roots, tight tree-lined curves and some rock step-ups.

The main return loop Yellow Connector ties to this loop - please be alert for bike/pedestrian traffic. There is a one-way shortcut connector to halve the loop distance.

Overall, this is a great beginner hike/run trail, which signed for distance along the way. Follow the clockwise direction for MTB and bidirectional for hikers and runners.

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