Bradley Creek / 351

3.00 out of 5
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About this trail
This trail begins off of FS 1206, but as of 5/26/13 the trail sign is missing. Bradley Creek Trail drops down off the road bed and then parallels the river, and then the trail begins to cross the river. It crosses it 10 times, which requires fording through knee-deep rushing water with boulders on the bottom, in about 1.5 miles. On my ride, I left the trail as soon as possible to get away from the river, so the trail may indeed cross the river even more times. There isn't much climbing since it follows the river, and the trail isn't very technical, but all of the river fords still make it slow and arduous.
added by Greg HeilWorld Champ
Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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October 28, 2015
Review: A fun trail that I didn't intend to ride up or down, which I did both. While road tripping I stopped at Pisgah. i planned on riding Squirrel gap but turned the wrong way and ended up riding up Bradley Creek. I realized it pretty quick, at the first creek crossing, but decided to press on and use this trail to connect to Laurel Creek and then back on to squirrel gap. I missed the turn, again(not well marked if coming from the Turkey Pen Trailhead.). This trail was a lot of fun, even going uphill. the multiple creek crossings kept me cool and the terrain kept me interested as well although the technical aspect of it wasn't too difficult. From the top of Bradley creek I rode up Laurel Mtn, down Pilot Rock, and then ended up taking this trail back downhill which was infinitely more rewarding as it was almost completely downhill. The only issues I had with this trail was that there were several sections that were very overgrown or needed maintenance to cut out downed trees. I was thankful I had ridden up it first as there were several spots where if I didn't know the downed trees were there i would have run into them full tilt and gone over the handlebars. This was in mid-September 2015 so hopefully those areas have been cleaned up. The lower section of Bradley creek was also pretty heavily tracked up with horse poop and torn up from their hooves. Not an issue at all if you are only traveling down.

World Champ

May 28, 2013
Greg Heil World Champ  
Review: Beautiful area, but no fun to ride.

Bradley Creek / 351 MTB Trail 3.00 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.
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