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Level: Easiest
Length: 20 mi (32.2 km)
Surface: Fire Road
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +1,373/1 ft
Total: 12 riders
 

Mountain Biking Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge

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#295 of 394 mountain bike trails in Georgia
#9,287 in the world

First things first: bikes are not allowed on any of the trails in the refuge, only the gravel roads that are open to vehicles. You probably won't see any cars on these roads so it's a great place to get a long training ride in on the dirt and rocks. In many places the gravel is deep and loose but there are stream crossings and good scenery to make up for the crummy surface conditions. I saw wild turkeys and deer on my ride.

First added by Jeff Barber on Jun 11, 2009. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From Gray, GA take GA Hwy 11 north/west toward the Round Oak community. Turn left onto Roud Oak Juliette Rd. and look for signs for the visitors center. Park at the center or, as I did, at the small church about 2-3 miles past the visitor's center on the right.
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  • Jeff Barber
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    The ranger I spoke with didn't seem very bike friendly at all so keep that in mind when planning your trip. I might go back if I was training for a long race and wanted to avoid the climbs on the gravel roads in North Georgia... But probably not.

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