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Level: Intermediate
Length: 4 mi (6.4 km)
Surface: Greenway
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: +527/452 ft
Total: 95 riders

Mountain Biking Brushy Creek

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#134 of 273 mountain bike trails in Texas
#7960 in the world

Trail is very mild, but can be a relaxing ride after work. It's nice to be in the trees and you end up at a small lake.

First added by mappencil on May 6, 2020. Last updated May 6, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
From I-35, head west on RM 620. Turn right on Great Oaks Dr, and go all the way through the subdivision to Brushy Creek. Turn left and look for any one of the several parking areas on the left.
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  • jeffmcoyle

    I didn't get to ride all of the trails at Brushy Creek, but what I rode was outstanding. Peddlers Pass has been improved to a 3-mile twisty, bermed loop that will host a MTB time Trial this summer. Highly recommend it!

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  • ivy.no.poison

    Awesome trails. The real name of this trail system should be Deception, 9 miles. Pretty rocky, some are small loose rocks, some are bigger jumps and climbs. A lot of fun. Tubeless or bringing a spared tube is highly recommended.

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  • Jswandt

    Deception trail very technical. Rated double black diamond on trail forks. River trail more flow.

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  • mikeetheviking

    Good place to bring the family. A variety of riding. Paved/crushed gravel/trail offshoots. Very nice playgrounds for the kids. Lots of facilities.

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  • bearsandbrews

    The trail, as far as I can tell, is not necessarily a sing trail but rather a bunch of offshoot trails that follow a cement pathway. We went to the brushy springs sports complex and parked behind the skatepark. Rode it and then rode the first off shoot we found. It was fun but very tight and technical. There was a good amount of barbwire and it was very rocky, so be careful.

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  • Epic29er

    The trail is about 8.5 miles and a lot of rock with some big ledges. Trail dries slow after a rain and it can be very slick.

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