added by ductus on September 23, 2006
The trail is used mainly for 4X4 enthusiasts. There aren't a lot of climbs and the technicality of the ride is more directed at not submersing yourself or your bike in the mud-filled chasms left by the 4X4s. It's a fast ride, for the most part. There are some areas with rock navigation. The trail runs along the top of Walden Ridge (the western border of the Tennessee Valley). There are some side branching fire roads that are graveled, but offer little in the way of excitement. The meat of this ride is the view from Buzzard's Bluff. About four miles or so in, there is a side road to the right. If you follow it out a bit, you will come to an outcropping that overlooks the Tennessee Valley. It's spectacular.
Buzzard's Bluff MTB Trail
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