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Level: Easiest
Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Surface: Fire Road
Configuration: Other
Elevation: +535/716 ft
Total: 53 riders

Mountain Biking All American Trail

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#318 of 534 mountain bike trails in North Carolina
#11,448 in the world

The All American Trail is a unpaved pathway designed for use by hikers, runners, and bicycles. The trail follows the perimeter boundary of Fort Bragg through North Carolina's Sandhills Region. The terrain is mixed with sections that range from nearly flat to fairly hilly. A noteworthy section of trail, currently being constructed, will be a 1,000 feet boardwalk that crosses Rockfish Creek and its wetlands. The All American Trail will eventually circumnavigate the entire boundary of Fort Bragg (app. 70 miles in length) and extend through Cumberland, Hoke, Moore, and Harnett Counties.

First added by gone4a_ride on Jun 4, 2007. Last updated May 9, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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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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Mountain Bike Trails Near Ft. Bragg, North Carolina

Easiest | 9 mi
Beginner | 5 mi
Intermediate | 8 mi

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  • Ronritter07

    For the novice or beginner this a great trail. Some sandy areas, a lot of up and down. Good cardio workout. Looking forward to my next visit. Working my way up to doing the complete run.

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  • Tommy Lewis

    I thought this app/website was for single track MTB trails?? Not bad for a first time beginner but otherwise nothing more than a straight dirt road.

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  • Bw334

    The regular portion of the trail is more or less a straight shot with varying hills. Every half mile or so there seems to be a healthy patch of sand that will slow your pace and force you to work back up the next hill. Not technical, but great for cardio or just a relaxing ride.

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  • Bob Hodge

    I completed the whole 21 miles of the all American starting out at southern pines. Great work out trip. Lots of sand and very fun. Non technical path / road.

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  • Bob Hodge

    I did the whole trail which is 21 miles. It is a non technical ride but long and a great work out. I have posted my gps route here if you want to folloe the same route (http://adventures.garmin.com/en-US/by/fastbob15/all-american-trail/#.U6d2ehkWfKY).

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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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  • 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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  • drbyers

    I just rode this trail and can honestly say its fast with almost no technical skill required. It's a straigh shot primarily.

    I took the second half heading deeper into Hoke County, which includes some really steep hills. If you have a heavy bike, you might want to stick to the front section heading toward Cumberland County.

    The track is so wide, you really can't call it single track, but beginners and intermediate riders will enjoy this. You can't get lost either, with half mile markers placed throughout the trail.

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  • jaredmcvay

    The single track that runs through the woods from the Rim Rd end, is a pretty good ride. If it weren't for this, I would not consider this ride at all. The trail rating for this review is for JUST the single track...

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  • Jarrett.morgan

    All American trail itself is a sandy road with some hills, great for cardio if you trying to build it up. If you take the time to look in the woods near by there is a marked single track. Its as long as the trail and pretty sweet.

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  • jaredmcvay

    Have ridden this trail, and walked it many times for work...

    Lots of sand if you're in to that.* Review edited 1/2/2012

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  • meanmejia

    Great for workouts. Consists of clay and soft sand with some sharp short climbs. Not technical or difficult but a fun way to get a workout and enjoy the woods.

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