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Level: Intermediate
Length: 16 mi (25.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +725/849 ft
Total: 25 riders

Mountain Biking All American Singletrack

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#135 of 534 mountain bike trails in North Carolina
#3343 in the world

The singletrack parallels the main trail giving you the ability to pick what sections you want to ride. Heading east from the trailhead there is a 6-mile loop and west is a 6-mile out and back. This trail has a lot to offer. It ranges from flat to hilly and through forest and fields. Be ready for sand, roots, mounds, and plenty of trees to jump.

First added by Jarrett.morgan on Apr 28, 2020. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
From Fayetteville take US-401 toward Raeford. Continue on US-401 for 8.9 miles after crossing the Hoke county line. Turn right on to Vass Rd. at the flashing 4-way signal light. Follow Vass Rd. for 3.3 miles, parking and trail head are on the right just before the gate
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  • random_heroL82

    Not the best but literally five minutes from the house. It's a fun little track with a few ups and downs, though nothing too serious. There quite a bit of sand that will slow you down on the track. I recommend bringing a friend and let them ride up front to clear the spiders.

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  • jackmorgan

    Had so much fun on the trail with my brother. it has a lot of potential and will be a return visiter.

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  • AA82

    Recently found this trail from singletrack.com, and it is the best singletrack in the area now that Bill hefner is ruined. Fairly intense trail. It can get a little grown over during the wetter months.

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  • Jarrett.morgan

    This trail is one of the best, and please do not confuse it for the main trail. It can be a long ride with great scenery. Just be aware that it is not maintained except by yearly controlled burns. It is also closed for hunting season.

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