Keyauwee

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5.9 Miles 9.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

664' 202 m

Ascent

-617' -188 m

Descent

734' 224 m

High

395' 120 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

13%

Max Grade (8°)

All Clear

63 days agoUpdate

The best trail in Uwharrie... recently reworked by some master trail designers.

Logan Watts

Description

Catch Keyauwee near the bathroom in Woodrun camp. The trail starts with a nice climb and several switchbacks before a quick, rocky descent into a flowy section in the forest. After another fast and rocky descent through two giant berms, there is a short, but fairly steep climb where you can take rock-garden options at the left fork of the trail.

From here the trail has been redone and has a fantastic downhill section before the creek crossing that includes doubles, rollers and a log ride. After the creek crossing there are several up and downs before a lung-buster climb up to the crossing of the Uwharrie hiking trail. Follow the climb to the road and turn around and do it backwards for another fun downhill.

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Jul 23, 2016
Edward Russell
Had a minor crash on a descent - put a gash in my knee and had to walk/ride out. Knee/elbow pads are a must on this trail from now on. Sharp stones! 5mi — 1h 05m
Sep 4, 2015
Edward Russell
6.4mi — 1h 06m
Aug 17, 2013
Vinnie Connors
CW lap 5.9mi — 0h 45m
May 12, 2013
Vinnie Connors
One CW, one CCW lap 10.8mi — 1h 17m
May 3, 2013
Mike Zobrest
Apr 6, 2013
Vinnie Connors
Two CW laps 10.8mi — 1h 21m
Mar 3, 2013
Vinnie Connors
CW lap 5.9mi — 0h 45m
Jan 27, 2013
Vinnie Connors
One CCW, one CW lap 10.8mi — 1h 37m

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All Clear 63 days ago
Dry, Fallen Trees: stream crossings are passable
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