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Fun 4 miles through the old Limestone Quarry


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3.6

Miles

5.8

KM

90%

Singletrack

382' 116 m

High

340' 104 m

Low

148' 45 m

Up

148' 45 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

6%

Max Grade (3°)

Dogs Leashed

E-Bikes Allowed

Features Drops/Jumps

Overview

The trail is a bi-directional loop that starts and stops at the trailhead.

Need to Know

Tri County Mountain Bike Association (TCMBA) provides trail status updates just text any letter to (601) 707-9878.Trailhead is located right beside Brandon Fire Station #2. The soil has a very high clay content that makes the trail very prone to damage when wet, please allow at least 24 hours after a rain before riding. Trail is marked with orange reflective arrows and trail marker post 's identify segment names along the route. Walkers, runners, and pets regularly use the trail so please be cautious in areas of limited visibility or crossing the asphalt roads that wind through the park. There are no restrooms or changing areas at the trailhead.

Description

Trail begins with the Quarry Pond Loop a relatively flat warmup that takes you above the multiple Quarry ponds.

Trail then transitions to Lickety Split a fun fast flowy machine-built run with a few dirt berms at the top and a couple of fun rock hops along the trail's edge.

Tres Hombres is the next trail section and incorporates three large quarry spoils hills that present some challenging climbs. The first hill is a loop that we call "Extra Credit"; an expert level loop that includes tough climbs, off camber trail, and quick downhill run back to the main trail. The next two hills are a little more forgiving but still intermediate level that traverse the ridgelines and slopes, the trail is a combination of flowy machine-built trail and narrow hand benched trail.

Next up is Powerline a fairly forgiving section with the exception of a punishing climb near the start followed by a fun rollercoaster like downhill run.

Mo-Flo is a fun-filled gradual downhill run with multiple tabletops and rollers for those that like to get a little air.

Smelly Cat is another machine-built fast trail and although mostly beginner friendly there is a nice 3 foot rock drop that is marked with "Mandatory Drop" signs bypass trail is to the left for those not ready to commit to the drop.

Angry Possum is a half mile of fast flowy trail that ends with a nice rock ride at the end.

Whirlybird begins with 3 possible lines. Go left to hit a big tabletop, middle for a set of rollers into small rock drop, or stay right for an easy bypass.

Giddy Up is the final segment that lets you sprint back to the trailhead.

Contacts

Shared By:

Keith Rogers

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