Log Rhythm

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2.6 Miles 4.1 Kilometers


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120' 37 m

Ascent

-125' -38 m

Descent

952' 290 m

High

841' 256 m

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2%

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10%

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The most difficult trail at Enterprise South Nature Park with a few optional lines.

Zack Butler

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This trail at Enterprise South Nature Park (ESNP) is usually done in conjunction with the TNT Mountain Bike Trail as part of a stacked loop. It is accessed from the TNT Connector to the Hamilton Branch Road paved trail as well as from the Hamilton Branch Road trail.

Although this trail is rated "difficult", it is really not terribly difficult. None of the trails at ESNP are technical unless you want them to be. This trail has optional lines with log jumps and elevated boardwalks to spice it up on the northwest end of it, but for the most part, it is similar in difficulty to the TNT Mountain Bike Trail.

There are climbs and some spots with steep dropoffs to the side of the trail for the intimidation factor but nothing an experienced mountain biker would be afraid of. A few sharp curves add to the challenge, as well. However, the experienced mountain biker or BMX biker will certainly enjoy this trail.

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One of my favorite rides in Chattanooga. Short but fairly steep climb at the beginning but one is rewarded with a very fast and flowy ride back to to the connector. Jan 28, 2015


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