Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Elevation: +541/377 ft
Total: 16 riders
Mountain Biking IC King Park
⚠ Heads up: Trail access may be temporarily restricted due to COVID-19.
#162 of 220 mountain bike trails in Tennessee
#2517 in the world
The single-track trail leaves the northern end of the parking area between the railroad track and cove. The trails roll and weave through hardwoods, cedars, and pines. The southern section of trails consists of several loops of 1 to 2 miles. The outermost northern loop has some steep berms.
There is a new 2.8 miles of steep trail on the south side of the park via a bridge constructed by Knox County. From the trail head it's about 1.5 miles to the new bridge. There are some technical switchbacks on the 5 climbs of this section (cumulative climb 800 feet).
These bike trails were developed by volunteers in cooperation with Knox County
Before you go
- No Drinking water
- No E-bikes permitted
- No Fat biking allowed in winter
- No Fee required
- No Lift service
- No Night riding allowed
- No Pump track
- No Restrooms
Located off Alcoa Highway (US 129) south of Knoxville between John Sevier Highway and Maloney Road, this 190-acre county Park lies on the shores of the Tennessee River.
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