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greenBlue Brush Creek

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Trail

14.0 mile 22.5 kilometer out and back
Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 709' 216 m
Descent: -710' -216 m
High: 1,771' 540 m
Low: 1,460' 445 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 17% (9°)

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Trail shared by Darren Griffith

An easy ride with nice scenery.

Darren Griffith

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Overview

A well maintained trail with relatively easy climbs for the area. It actually seems as if it goes downhill both out and back. Not many technical challenges, but it flows well and is fun to ride.

Need to Know

The wood bridges can be very slippery in the winter.

Description

The trail starts at the north east corner of the Boyd Gap Overlook parking lot. (There is another more technical trail that goes south out of the parking lot.) It is well marked with signs and blazes. There is an optional spur that reconnects with the main trail. Following the signs it is an out and back ride. It goes though several different types of forest and has some nice lake overlooks.

Most of the trail is singletrack hard packed dirt. A few sections have some loose gravel, but nothing that's very difficult. There are some wooden bridges that can be very slippery.

There are some beautiful views of the Ocoee river and a some lakes. The views are better in the fall when they are not obscured by leaves.

The most fun aspect of this trail is that it seems to be downhill both out and back. Generally it's very flat with some small "bumps". Climbing the bumps doesn't take any extra energy, but then you get to coast for a bit afterwards. It seems to be an excellent trail for younger children.

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Mar 28, 2019
Todd Wesley
Jun 28, 2018
Donald Bell
Trails were a little grown over in a few places with low hanging branches and briars.
Mar 24, 2018
Jan Balster
Nov 5, 2017
Brian Collins
First time riding the trail but a awesome an flowing would even take a beginner on this 21mi
Oct 7, 2017
Betsy Saylor
love this sweet little trail
Oct 28, 2016
Infamous BandAid
Oct 16, 2016
Kelly Merrell
Went from Boyd Gap Overlook down. Took a wrong turn somewhere and came out just up the hill from the end of the trail without going under the bridge. 6.5mi — 0h 56m
Sep 30, 2016
Adam Quarles
14mi

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  4.1 from 22 votes

#633

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  4.1 from 22 votes
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#15

in Tennessee

#633

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Anonymous User  
I would have taken the highway both ways! Jun 5, 2013
Anonymous User
Anonymous User  
There was a close encounter with a bear as well... Jun 5, 2013
Ben Aylsworth
Toronto, ON
Ben Aylsworth   Toronto, ON
This trail was a great surprise- wasn't expecting much. Flow is fantastic both ways. But starting at bottom and then ripping down is a blast. May 4, 2014

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