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Level: Intermediate
Length: 11 mi (17.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +77/92 ft
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Mountain Biking Chehaw Park

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#193 of 395 mountain bike trails in Georgia
#9429 in the world

Good beginner trail. Has a few technical obstacles, several big hills to climb, and one big drop. If you're in the area, it's worth a trip.

First added by on Apr 28, 2020. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
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Go to Parks At Chehaw in Albany. Turn left directly behind the fee station onto a side road over to Lake Chehaw. Trailhead will be on your right. Fee to get in is $2.
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Intermediate | 9 mi

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  • Bryce Hewett
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    I'm sure the trails here are much better maintained in the fall/winter months when they get more use, but in the summer months it's pretty overgrown. It's a fun trail though so I think it would be worth checking out again.

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  • DivotUSMC
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    First time riding here. Nice trail. Typical southern GA/FL Panhandle riding. No hills, some sand, lots of roots. Overall fun ride. Rode once around the BMX track at the finish. Worth bringing my bike again the next time I come down for work.

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  • cjt1316
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    Trail is maintain during the winter, the current trail is overgrown; needs some TLC.

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  • ****

    Nice little trail, decided to give it a try while in town on work. My only complaint is I lost the trail at market 15 and then again shortly after that. I also picked the wrong day because they were doing a controlled burn and it was extremely hot.

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  • farrl
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    This trail has recently been upgraded. Road it today for the first time in about a year, it was a surprise to see how much better the trail is now. It is about 10 miles now of good single track.

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  • capnkirk
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    I think this is more of an easy trail than intermediate, but the sand and flat terrain make it tough. some long flat out areas for spped and some good wooded singletrack added in too. There is also a bmx track next to the entrance if you want to try your skill at it as well. Pretty well worth the trip to go out and ride. Also a zoo there and picnic arwas for the whole family to make a day of

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  • cyclingpops
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    Local trail for me so what can I say. Very fast trail winding around the park. Not really technical, just fast as I said earlier. One nice climb out of the creek bottom, couple small climbs one with a drop off. Just a overall fun trail. You can camp, enjoy the wild animal park and enjoy the other offerings by the park. Also home to the "Fat Four" mountain bike race. Two years now and that has been fun.

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  • jeffery56
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    The trail has been extended to 7.8 miles by my computer. Im 41 and not in spectacual shape, i ride the loop in 40 min. at a modrate pace. Its fun with twisty sections and fast sections, one short decent and climb ( maybe 30-40 ft. ). There are some hard sandy sections making it slippery. And some root covered saections as well. The trail is well maintained and the biulders are friends of mine and they hope to have a lot more trail by this time (6/20/12) next year, as more of the park will be made avalible to biuld on.

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  • colpotatos
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    I biked chehaw to break up the monotony of the drive from tallahassee to atlanta, and I recommend doing so. It's a small leisurely trek. Nothing spectacular, but like I said, it's a nice stop. Maybe I missed something??

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