Uwharrie NF: Wood Run, Supertree And Keyauwee

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20
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Intermediate

Singletrack
↑ 1,800 ft
↓ 1,800 ft
588
elevation (ft)
7.4
avg mph
103
ridden
62
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1:36
avg time

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AVERAGE RATING
3.66 out of 5
About This Trail
added by mudhunny Singletrack on December 31, 2002
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The Uwharrie Mountain Bike Association has worked hard to establish the Wood Run Mountain Bike Trail System in the Uwharrie National Forest. For good singletrack, do the Supertree and Keyauwee loops. Other trails include Skyrock Trail, Wood Run Road, and Walker Mountain Road. There are plenty of beatiful mountain views and a chance to cross the Uwharrie River. UMBA is always continuing their efforts to maintain and add to these trails. The Uwharrie National Forest is also a great place to camp and you can fish and kayak in Lake Badin.
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gregor on August 19, 2014
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Review: Aug 10-12/ 2014 Camp/Bike trip on new Giant Anthem X .. Wow great trail .. and conditions .. Cant wait to go back..

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gregor on August 19, 2014
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Review: Excellent tecky single track @ Keyauwee.. 9 /12 /2014
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Have bike will travel on July 22, 2014
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Review: A great trail with a great workout. I've only ridden it clockwise and there are 3 major hills this direction. So be prepared. I can't help but think how much potential this trail system would have if instead of the end of Keyauwee being on an old logging road, the trail would be located in the woods - like half mile loops off to one side or the other. By the looks of the topography, there wouldn't be anything too steep and would have trememdous flow as it decends to the intersection where Supertree starts. Anyhow, this is my favorite trail and I ride it whenever I get the opportunity.

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dmhelm46 on April 20, 2014
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Review: Rode Keyauwee counter clockwise on 4/17/14. Rode the wood run trail to the camp and then the wood run road to the Keyauwee trailhead. Total ride was close to 10 miles. Trail was mostly dry with some small wet spots until around mile 7. There is a 1/4 mile downhill stretch that is narrow and slippery. I believe it is marked with a slow sign. The entire ride is litered with rocks, but nothing that isn't rideable. When going clockwise, the last 2 miles are mostly up hill. It is a fun and sometimes challenging ride. I drove from Raleigh to check it out and wasn't disappointed.

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Guest on August 25, 2013
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Review: Chris Green reports....on Aug 25, 2013
Big for your workday today out at Uwharrie! Special thanks to Brian Bristol for organizing the work day, Rodney Smith from the Forest Service, and the Tarheel Trailblazers for bringing the most members. We had probably about 20 people out there and spent about 5 hours working on the trail. That's almost 100 hours of trail work in one day! We got Keyauwee and Supertree completely open! All trails are back open except for Whitetail. We had OHV users and horse folks helping us today also, thank you to these folks. Made some new friends today! Get out there and enjoy YOUR national forest! URE!

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Tunnelhull on August 20, 2013
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Review: Spent some time on Keyauwee today, most of the trail is cleared now but a couple trees still in the middle of the run and on the very back end of the loop before coming out on the service road. Still can ride it will just take a little longer and off the bike a few times. Thanks to who ever is clearing the trail, shoot me an email and I will come out and lend some labor, I just dont own and chain saw. Mevans27205@gmail OUt today and Keyawe is all clear and even the return service road. time to bun it up again.... Great trail

Similar Trail: Hobby park

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coffee on August 4, 2013
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Review: wife and I road woodrun and keyauwee, woodrun is completely clear and a very nice beginner trail keyauwee not so much, 40 to 50% hampered by downed trees it will be a on and off the bike hike; if you ride it clockwise you can get in about 3 miles before dealing with trees is you take the service road to the other side of the trail head which they say gives you more down hill fun you will see trees about 1/2 mile in and your doing plenty of hiking. this will be a great trail once it is finally cleared.

Similar Trail: Panther creek state park Morristown TN

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coffee on August 4, 2013
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Review: The wife and i road woodrun and keyauwee on the 3rd, wood run was clear of all trees and very nice i would call that a beginner trail. Keyauwee was a different story about 40 to 50% is hampered by downed trees if you ride it clockwise you can get in almost 3 miles before dealing with any trees then it becomes a on and off the bike hike. if you take if counter clockwise you will hit trees at about 1/2 mile. we did not try supertree because of the condition of keyauwee and also the extra time taken up by working around the down trees. this trail will be great once completely cleared.

Similar Trail: Panther creek state park.

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witny23 on August 3, 2013
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Review: Down to about 40 trees across the trail (thank you to whomever has been clearing). Expect to hike if you intend to do the whole thing. I would recommend to go clockwise until the amount of trees become ridiculous (my guess is about 3 miles in).

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Guest on July 22, 2013
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Review: Attempted to ride it July 20th and it was terrible due to down trees. Hopefully it gets cleaned up again... was a really nice trail.

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Tunnelhull on July 2, 2013
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Review: Just an update on the trails as of 7/1/13....
Tried to ride Keyauwee yesterday, seems alot of trees were cleard, and more have fallen. Probably 50 trees down, if I only had a chainsaw!!

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Guest on June 17, 2013
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Review: The trail is all messed up after a big bad storm last week. Rode at 7AM and finished at 12:OOPM due to many fallen trees.

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Guest on June 14, 2013
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Review: As of the Storm of 13 Jun 2013 Keyauwee is not ride able. I really loved this trail and normally its a 4 out of 5, but that storm destroyed it. There's roughly 30ish trees down across the trail. None of which is easy to walk around. You have to break serious brush to get around them only to hit another down tree. Plus all of the debris on the trail that you could ride. Its gonna be a long wait for this trail to be back in action.

Similar Trail: Greensboros Trail System

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Guest on May 21, 2013
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Review: Hey all, I rode Keyauwee and wood Run today. Just getting back into riding after too long of a break, I found it very challanging with the climbs for Myself. The rest of the trail is just total fun, very fast downhill sections on the back side of the trail (love the rolling jumps). Trails are in great shape, Nice.

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eastwood on February 3, 2013
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Review: Second ride out there this weekend and it was great. I have to say the best route is to hit Keyauwee clockwise (starting from the campsite) then hitting Supertree and taking Whitetail. Keyauwee makes so much more sense clockwise - you still get some great climbs in, but (in my opinion) better downhills. And, of course, hit up the Wood Run connector on the way out to the campsite... or just ride it if you parked down there!

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RidingPastor on November 17, 2012
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Review: Wow. it took me a while to find the correct starting point. I accidently rode a part of the Dutchmans Creek trail. After I quickly retreated and found the right trail, it was a fun trail that rolls really fast. I did not ride Supertree but I did ride some of Keyauwee. I found it to be a blast as well.
It all rolled fast and it was not technical, which was fine by me. It was different than the stuff I usually ride around home.

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mtnmke on July 12, 2012
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Review: Rode both Keyauwee and Supertree trails June 16th and had an outstanding time. Great climbs, descents and scenery. Could use a little better trail guide system, was hard to figure out where to go once you finished a trail and tried to find the next. Looking forward to a return trip.

* Review edited 7/12/2012

Similar Trail: FATS near North Augusta, SC

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bugsyinnc on March 19, 2012
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Review: Did the Wood Run and Supertree trails this past weekend. I am new to the sport and still learning and this was a good trail for me to learn my bike and practice. Had a lot of fun on these trails, they are in great shape. Supertree has a couple of logs to jump over but other than than, no obstacles.

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jahwarrior on October 2, 2011
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Review: Great trails both Keyauwee and Supertree! As said before by others, the Keyauwee trail is the more technical with rocky areas and water crossings, also a couple long and slow climbs, the Supertre was faster, flowed well and fun. There is currently a lot of construction on the trails, improvements/repairs/additions and there was a posting on a bulletin board there that mentioned they may be adding more trails in the next year (2012) I's recommend these trails for this area (steer clear of the Badin lake trails)

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souldagger on April 25, 2010
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Review: Did the Supertree & Keyauwee trails: both were superb and offered up multiple challenges that were either great fun or somewhat intimidating depending on your speed. There's also a couple great vista to gaze out on if you have time .Supertree is blast to ride two or three times in a row. A decent aerobic base will improve your fun factor if you try these trails. Although doable for a talented and dedicated beginner, they're better suited to intermediate+ riders. I should add that I ride a 34.5lb all-mountain bike now because of injuries sustained in a car accident. It's simply more comfortable than either the 29lb xc bike or my 24lb hard tail ridden prior to the accident. I still had a blast on both of those bikes while railing these trails before getting hurt. So whatever you ride, you can really enjoy these trails! Kudos to UMBA for their hard work!

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mhenrie21 on October 6, 2009
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Review: Rode both of the trails and they were great!! Supertree is fast and fun, while Keyauwee is little more technical and demanding. Supertree is a good warmup for Keyauwee. They are great trails and worth riding.

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Graylin_King on July 12, 2009
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Review: It has its technical spots which I find a little demanding. The rocks and roots are something to be concerned about not enough to ruin the trip though. The terrain is a little bumpy but all and all its a good trail and decently maintained.

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vbeckman74 on March 13, 2009
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Review: This is an awesome loop. The climb is challenging and the down hill is excellent. Nothing too technical.

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Nemesis72 on November 9, 2008
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Review: Just rode these trails and i must say that i am impressed with it, was not hard, but was not easy to ride, lots of rocks and roots to keep you honest, some climbing, but on the back end it's worth the speed you gain going down, I used my Suunto X10 to track my progress and that puppy had me maxxing out at 22mph, so yeah, you get some speed. This time of year the trail is covered with leaves, so in other words, watch where your riding or else..

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Reserverockhopper on November 2, 2008
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Review: It's hard to categorize both Supertree and Keyauwee together under Wood Run because they are totally different trails. Wood Run climbs up to the top of both, Keyauwee to the left, Supertree to the right. We rode Keyauwee first. It is a rocky, sketchy technical trail. Climbs are tough due to loose sandy/rocky surface, and it is steep in places. Downhills will test your front suspension because they contain losts of rocks, roots and ruts, with rocks in the ruts. There is also a substantial climb on some double track towards the end. You finish at the bottom of Wood Run, go back up to do Supertree. Many of the reviews here describe Supertree as boring or a beginner trail. I guess if taken at a leisurely pace, it is. But Supertree has a fun factor much higher than Keyauwee as there are at least 4 great descents, with little climbing. We're talking sustained descents with speeds possible of 24+. Experienced riders who bomb it like that, will tell you there is nothing boring about that and it requires better than average skills. Most of the downhills are bumpy, rocky, rooty, with baby heads, some of which are loose in the ruts. At those speeds, some of those you just have to take head on. Supertree is like a free pass on your favorite carnival ride. You can easily ride back up and do it multiple times, which we did. Far less technical than Keyauwee and no hard climbs. But fun, fun, fun!

Similar Trail: Anglers Ridge in Danville.

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vic_953 on October 27, 2008
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Review: Great Trail Super Tree has a lot of open trail, Nothing really tight. I really like Keyauwee. It's a little more advanced. Great Downhill with some good climbing

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Sprocket78 on July 8, 2007
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Review: Supertree is very fast . Keyauwee is a bit more changeling. Really nice singletracks !

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jfstevens1 on April 17, 2007
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Review: I rode these trails counter-clockwise, starting with Supertree, and finishing on Keyauwee. If you go this direction, there is one long gravel road climb that is above and beyond what you normally see in this part of the state. That being said, I am fat and slow, so opinions may differ here. All in all, these trails were pretty straight forward climb or descend, not much side to side. Good time to be had, but hammerheads may get a little bored.

Similar Trail: San Lee Park

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videl_majin_cold45 on March 25, 2007
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Review: I rode these trail during the Mock Orange Classic and boy was it fun. Lots of rocks and roots strewn across the trail to keep things interesting. I found it hard to find a good flowline to go by and keep up momentum (maybe its just me). The rocks give a constant jackhammer feel that last for most of the downhills. The trail is in a very scenic area, go to Morrow Mountain State Park and take in the view of the Uwharries beneath your feet. A very good seet of trails.

Similar Trail: South Shore of Lake Hickory

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getonthetrail on May 30, 2006
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Review: I rode Keyauwee trail counter clockwise Sat. early afternoon on a hot (90+) and sunny day. Then I rode Supertree and Keyauwee clockwise on Sunday morning. The Keyauwee trail is best ridden counter clockwise if you want to climb and clockwise if you want less climbing and more downhill. I enjoyed Keyauwee counter clockwise ride the most as it had more technical climbing. I would say the Supertree is a good warm-up for a more experienced rider but overall boring. Supertree is a good beginner trail. Overall I enjoyed the ride, would ride again if in the area but would not make a special trip. However, I did run into one of the trail sponsors Sunday morning and he informed me that another five trails more like Keyauwee are in the works for next year. This area could become a really kewl trail network.

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swtg_o_instructr on March 19, 2006
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Review: just rode both trails today, supertree was disapointing more of an old road allowed to grow over with that said keyauwee was enjoyable with some challenging climbs and a few hair raising downhills. the trail in general is fairly straight and not to technical other than a few rocks and roots that an experienced rider can easily work around. It would make a nice trail for climbing training or if you where camping there and needed something to do for a few hours. other than that not worth the 2hr drive from fayetteville for us.

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Guest on March 13, 2006
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Review: This was a very beautiful trail. Me and my buddy just got done riding it this past weekend. I don't know why this says it is a good beginners trail, because in my opinion it is not. At times there were a whole lot of rocks and a few logs to watch out for. I had a few close calls, and I am surprised that I didn't get a flat. There are a few steep climbs, but not many quick turns. All I am going to say is if you are not in shape like I was, be ready for a workout.

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TriMoose on March 13, 2006
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Review: Just got back from a fun weekend of camping and trail riding. Supertree is a good trail for those looking to get their feet wet off road. Keyauwee Trail is more technical, has better views, more climbs etc. The trails are well marked and maintained.

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jeff on January 29, 2006
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Review: Nice trail system. The initial climb up the Keyauwee singletrack worried us but after that rocky climb the trail really mellowed. Supertree was a bit disappointing because we expected tighter singletrack (most of it was very wide singletrack, if not doubletrack). The trails don't look like they get alot of bike traffic, we were picking sticks out of our spokes alot and leaves still covered most of the rocks even though it was late January when we rode. Great mix of climbs and descents, nice place to get outside on the weekend.

Similar Trail: Beaverdam near Raliegh.

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jcaliri on September 11, 2005
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Review: Access both trails by gravel road at back of parking lot. Keowee Trail is toughest and is best ridden in a counterclockwise direction. To ride it in this direction, pass first trail access on left, stay on gravel road until you intersect with other end of trail, also on left. trail has lots of climbs, limited double track, lots of rocky, root filled singletrack and some great scenery. Expect a workout and it is well worth it. Superloop is the other trail and is accessed by the same gravel road. Trail begins on the right side of gravel road. Best ridden clockwise, which means that on this trail you also begin at the farthest trailhead from the parking lot. Trail has a mix of singletrack and double track. Not very technical, and a lot of easy downhill in this direction. this loop is a good way to end the ride after the other trail. This is also a great trail to take someone who is stepping up from bike paths to "real" trails.

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Guest on July 28, 2004
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Review: Wood Run Mountain Bike Trail System, Uwharrie National Forest The Wood Run Trail itself is basically a dirt road that is closed to vehicular traffic. Along this road are two single/double track trails that loop around through the forest back to the main road, described as follows: Supertree Trail [about 5 miles]: This trail proceeds along an old logging road for about half its distance, then becomes single track. It was an easy trail to ride. Keyauwee Trail [about 11 miles]: This trail is single track for most of its length, but follows an old logging road for a short stretch. It dips in and out of hollows. I would rate the trail as moderate, although the Forest Service rates it as difficult. Spider webs along the trail even in mid-NovemberÖ rather large spiders at that. Not much of a view along the Supertree Trail. Better views along the Keyauwee Trail, which also provided a more interesting and exhilarating ride.

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Guest on May 8, 2004
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Review: Uwharrie-Woodrun Mountain Bike Trail System Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Q: Who can use the mountain bike trails? A: Hikers and mountain bikers. Q: Who maintains the trails? A: The Uwharrie Mountain Bike Association (UMBA), an International Mountain Bike affiliate (IMBA) has signed a trail adoption agreement with the USDA Forest Service and works with the Uwharrie Wheelmen, the Tar Heel Trailblazers Mountain Bike Club, the Sandhills Cycling Club, the Just Fresh-Clif Bar Cycling Team, the Yadkin River Trail Association, and the Yadkin-Pee Dee Lakes Project. Much of the minor trail maintenance is ìdo it yourself.î Any rider is authorized to fix face-slappers and blowdowns, etc. Q: Where do the mountain bike trails start? Do they leave from the parking lot? A: No, the trailheads of Supertree and Keyauwee are located 1.5 miles down Woodrun Road, the gravel road to the Woodrun Hunt Camp. You know youíve reached the hunt camp if you come to a large clearing with a permanent port-a-john. Keyauwee starts on the left side of the hunt camp it stays to the left of Woodrun Road and comes back to Woodrun road. Supertree starts on the right side of the hunt camp near the gate and runs on the right side of Woodrun road. Supertree ends a 1.5 miles down Woodrun RoadÖjust across the intersection from the ìendî of Keyauwee. Q: Iím confused; explain where the Keyauwee and Supertree trailheads are located again. A: Woodrun road is the key as it runs down the middle of the mountain bike trails. Keyauwee and Supertree both start 1.5 miles down Woodrun Road at the Hunt Camp. Keyauwee stays to the left of Woodrun; Supertree stays to the right. Both trails meet again a mile or two further down Woodrun road. Since together, both trails are just one big circle, many riders ride both, as one big loop. If you park at the main parking lot, ride down Woodrun Road and ride both trails as one loop, the distance is just over 11 miles. Q: The signs at the Woodrun Hunt Camp confuse me. There is a wooden sign on the left side of the clearing that points down a trail. The sign says, ìUWHARRIE TRAIL.î What does that mean? A: The sign is at the beginning of the Keyauwee Mountain Bike Trail. It means that the Uwharrie (walking only) Trail intersection is located about º of a mile down Keyauwee. Q: A sign on the right side of the clearing confuses me; it has the UMBA symbol and points to the left. Does that mean that mountain bikers should always go left down Woodrun road? A: No, go either direction. The sign is confusing, and we plan to fix it. The Supertree Mountain Bike Loop starts here. You can either go down the trail to the right or left down Woodrun RoadÖeither way you are on the Supertree Loop. Q: How long does it take to ride from the parking lot, go counter-clockwise on Supertree and come back to the main parking lot on Woodrun Road? A: It may take 45 minutes to an hour depending on your condition. Advanced riders do it much faster. Supertree is a more forgiving trail, but you will do some climbing. Q: How long does it take to ride from the parking lot and go clockwise on Keyauwee and return down Woodrun Road? A: It will take at least an hour for novice riders. Keyauwee has more elevation change and steeper climbs than Supertree. There are some climbs over a mile long. Keyauwee has more technical sections, but it is permissible to push your bike past the tough spots. Donít be embarrassed as only advanced riders ride Keyauwee without hike-a-bike. Q: How long does it take to leave the parking lot, travel clockwise on Keyauwee, then Supertree, and return to the parking lot? A: Many riders plan on at least 90 minutes, although advance riders will ride it much faster. If you are out of shape or a novice, allow for more time. Q: Which direction can we ride? A: Either directionÖbe alert. Q: When is hunting season? A: Deer-gun season has begun by Mid-November and ends usually by Jan. 2. Bow season starts before that. There is also a turkey season and a squirrel season. There is no hunting on Sunday or after dark. During deer-gun season, I only ride on Sundays. Q: Can I ride on the Uwharrie Trail or Dutchmanís Creek Trail? A: No these are walker-only trails as designated by the USDA Forest Service. Keyauwee crosses the Uwharrie Trail twice. Supertree crosses Dutchmanís Creek Trail twice. Q: Where can ATVís Equestrians, and Four Wheelers ride? A: Their trails are located approximately 15 miles to the North. Travel West toward Albemarle on 24/27, turn right at the first road to the right, which is River Road. Take River Road to the community of Uwharrie. At Uwharrie, turn left on NC 109. After several miles, you will cross the Uwharrie River. Watch for signs. Q: What else can I do to help? A: Write a letter to the USDA Forest Service thanking them for supporting the Woodrun Mountain Bike Trails. The USDA Forest Service has done a great job of walking and surveying our trails. They gave us chain saw training and loaned us tools, first aid kits, and protective gear. They keep in close contact with us. It would be good to let them know what services that you want. I plan to write and request Archaeological Surveys for our future trail system CONTACT: Ian Garner, Information Specialist, Uwharrie Ranger District, Phone: 910/576-6391, Email: igarner@fs.fed.us , Fax #: 910/576-4171, 789 Hwy 24/27 East, Troy, NC, 27371. Q: What are the International Mountain Bike Associationís (IMBA) Rules of the Road? www.imba.com A: 1. Ride On Open Trails Only 2. Leave No Trace 3. Control Your Bicycle! 4. Always Yield Trail 5. Never Scare Animals 6. Plan Ahead Q: Where can I get more information? A: www.rideumba.com Q: When are the Mountain Bike Trail workdays? A: We meet at 9 AM on Saturday mornings: April 17, May 15, June 19, July 17, Aug 21, Oct 16, and Sunday, Dec 11. Q: When does Mountain Bike Season start and end? A: You can ride 365 days a year depending on weather conditions. See the question above about deer hunting. Q: Are the trails well marked? A: We plan to sign the trail in the near future. Most trail junctions are marked. If youíll follow the beaten path, youíre OK. More questions, contact Tommy at taylor1529@carolina.rr.com

Similar Trail: Keyauwee...Supertree and Keyauwee can be ridden together as one 8 mile loop.

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Guest on November 22, 2003
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Review: This trail loop is great.good short climbs .Fast downhill on supertree;watch out for that turn.Not very technical, just fast and enjoyable.Avoid riding in summer because of heat;though you will have the trails to yourselves.

Similar Trail: Anything in Pisgah;harris lake trails,Catawba,Owls roost.

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Guest on November 20, 2003
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Review: If you arent good at your leisure activities then the trails here can be dangerous. But unlike marshalls scurrilous opinion, if you get lost or injured, the Rescue and EMS personnel here are possibly the best in the state, not to mention that the hospital is connected to a network that is ranked among NC's top hospitals. But then again I dont want to sound like a local yocal.....

Similar Trail: All of them

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Guest on December 31, 1969
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Review: The mountain bike trails are alot of fun, with plenty of beutiful views. What I am reviewing are the ATV trails at the Badin Lake area. This the closest place that Piedmont flatlanders can have near death experiances on every downhill. It really doesnt matter which trail you choose, but Daniel is one of the hairiest/steepest/sickest/ most confusing downhill's imaginable. Please take caution: Only two things are easy out there, getting lost and getting hurt. NO LYCRA: You may need help from one of the local yocals. Try not to freak them out. PS: In the case of injury, avoid the local hospital.

Similar Trail: For the scary speed: Trace ridge in Pisgah

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Guest on December 31, 1969
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Review: Visit Http://www.us-webnet.com/wrts.htm for excellent information on all of these trails.

Similar Trail: The Badin Lake areaOHV trails require a $5/day fee for use. The Wood Run Trails are free.

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Guest on December 31, 1969
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Review: These trails are some of the best in NC. Hats off to the UMBA crew for making these trails happen. Not very technical, but a nice place to go have a well rounded ride. This is one of the few remaining grassroots type of place to ride where it's more about riding and having fun then how fast you are or how much your bike cost. Some nice views and downhills give you a taste of the mountains without the long drive. Check out http://www.childrey.com/umba/ for more detailed info on this great trail system.

Similar Trail: Tsali when there's not like a million people there.

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Guest on December 31, 1969
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Review: Due to management issues, Skyrock Trail has been closed until further notice.

Similar Trail: Keyauwee, Supertree, Wood Run Road

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