Clear Creek

4.28 out of 5
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↑ 2,300 ft
↓ 2,900 ft
elevation (ft)

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About this trail
The Clear Creek trail is approximately 8 miles long and is physically demanding. It may not look like much, but riders quickly learn Clear Creek isn't for light weights. Clear Creek offers a series of rolling hills, switchbacks, and a few trail obstacles ( small logs ). The highlight of the trail is a switch back commonly referred to as "The Big One" by some local riders. You'll know it when you come across it. Currently, there are plans in the works to add trails that are much less demanding.
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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  caissus1860   on Jul 16, 2018   on Mar 21, 2018
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Reviews (18)

Granny Gear

June 27, 2018
Codak26 Granny Gear  
Review: Here for business and brought the bike. Rode the Beginner and intermediate trail due to lack of time. Heard great things about the trail, but was pretty disappointed. There were maybe two fun sections. Can really only remember one good downhill with berms. It was mostly flat sections. Needs a lot of work. Several trees across the trail. Tried to move as many as I could. May ride again in the fall/winter, but more than likely I won't during the summer.


August 12, 2017
Janie W Gnarly  
Review: Fun fun! Great flow, Endor trail is tight but enjoyed the challenge. The Big One was amazing. Well done. Will be back.

Granny Gear

July 15, 2017
asneed Granny Gear  
Review: Trails were well maintained. No worries about getting lost because many sections are near the road. It wasn't too technical and some spots you could get some real speed--couple of fun jumps and downhills. No uphill were super challenging. Would go again for sure. Spray well for ticks--brought one home with me and didn't find it till next day--those sneaky ticks. Check out 6 n Tubbs for pizza afterwards---good stuff.

Granny Gear

March 25, 2016
Review: Trail was great, much tighter and exhausting that I had anticipated. Quick flowing parts and several tight technical areas.

Granny Gear

December 20, 2015
msleghound Granny Gear  
Review: Great place to ride ! lots of leaves on the trail currently. We did a 10 mile loop and had a blast. Trail gets a little confusing towards the end where they have added new sections.

September 29, 2015
Review: Very fast and flowing trail with a few technical climbs.


January 4, 2015
Defshark Gramcounter  
Review: steep climbs, fun downs, technical in some spots, a great work out. if its warm bring tick repellant( worst I've ever seen in any woods) there a few spots you can access the lake, there are 3 different loops you can ride

Granny Gear

March 13, 2014
Review: Fun trail but a lot of elevation for the area. 1k feet elevation change per lap. New work gives 13 miles a lap.


December 13, 2012
Tstrahan87 Gramcounter  
Review: Great trails, Had my first XC race here a few months back, also first time I rode the trails. This is a great loop system, some sections do get steep and have a pretty high berm to ride, and sections of it are nick-named very well(Zippin-Pippin was a fun flowy downhill where you are up and down a few hills and get flying down the trail) It takes you along the side of Sardis Lake which opens up for a great view of the area. The main loop is about 11 miles long

Similar Trail: Noxubee Hills Trails

Granny Gear

June 9, 2011
Free6ird Granny Gear  
Review: This trail was nice, well marked and maintained. I wouldn't advise riding this trail in 95 degree temperatures without taking a gallon of water along :). I just recently rode the trail for the first time and the ticks are blood thirsty and keep your mouth closed because the spider webs are everywhere. The trail head has a information board that gives a detailed map and information about the trail. All level riders can ride the three different lengths loops available. On the expert trail, the climbs aren't too bad and the downhills are fast and fun! Just make sure you are in shape for it. This is easily the one of the best trails in the midsouth area.

Similar Trail: Stanky Creek and Herb Parsons

Clear Creek MTB Trail 4.28 out of 5 based on 18 ratings. 18 user reviews.
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