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Surface: Other
Configuration: Other
Elevation: +0/ -13 ft
Total: 117 riders

Mountain Biking Quehl Holler

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#21 of 397 mountain bike trails in Georgia
#430 in the world

This is a collection of two downhill/dirt jump trails. The new unnamed trail features a step-down, to a racer double, two a step-up followed by a box stepdown, ending with smaller doubles and drops. Then there is the Holler, which is designed to be a progressive, but thrilling, trail. There is one line down that is completely rollable full of small tables and step ups. However throughout the Holler there are alt lines including a range doubles, berms, and oversized tables. Then the Holler cumulates with a 180-degree wooden wallride circling around a seating area with picknick table.
Overall, it is possible to spend all day here without getting bored. This trail is a must ride. Please respect when the holler says closed because the soil is clay based, and when ridden in the wet is slick and will quickly rut the trail.
Please note that:
This is an expert trail. Helmets are required. Rider assumes their own risk.
Helmets for riders who do not have their own are hanging behind the wallride.

First added by dozzerboy on May 9, 2011. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Go all the way down the service road. Climb up the hill towards South loop. At the top of the hill on your right is the entrance to the jump run.
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  • rjbeads1

    They have done some major work on this trail, with the addition of some triple black features. There are now very large gap jumps that only the most skilled dirt jumpers will be able to clear. It still remains rideable for the novice, but it's also a nice stop for the daredevil dirt jumpers as well.

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  • Aaron Chamberlain   ✓ supporter

    Good place to get some air under your tires. Nothing too huge or intimidating. Don't drive here just for the short run as you'll be disappointed. Rather, ride it along with the rest of the trails in the Blankets Creek system.

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  • mableflower

    A good bmx type trail. It doesn't have very good flow from berm to berm and there's not enough speed to really hit the tables. If your into this kind of trail hit up Mo Flo and Knuckle Sandwich at Allatoona, its a much superior downhill flow trail.

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  • dirtjumper

    what are the courses with larger gaps that youve been to

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  • dirtjumper

    I went yesterday for the first time and it was awesome! I popped my tire on the way but i used my friends. It was very dry but not dusty and had cracks in the clay. I think you should be able to have more speed going into the first couple. Also, the tabletops need to have more of a lip but overall a great short ride with a short climb so you can do it over and over.

    If anyone knows of anymore trails like these with jumps PM me or reply

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  • Mike Durden

    A very technical BMX style pump course with a couple double jumps and a step up followed by the wooden wall ride. Bring your skills or be cautious because it will getcha!

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  • nohyphens

    Great intro for dirt jumping. No real mandatory gap jumps, even though signs will tell you differently. After a few runs, you'll get the flow down and jumping will come fairly naturally. Have fun on the wooden wall ride at the end too.

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  • gtambasco3

    A great intro to DJ. For more intense stuff near Atl big creek is the way to go but if you're just getting your bearings this line is really fun to do over and over and over...and over.

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  • jkey6

    This short jump track is great for a quick dirt jump fix. It is well maintained and solid. I wouldn't travel more than an hour for this trail or anything if you're looking solely for good jumps. But it's a great place to practice and put a cherry on top of one of the various loops in the Blankets Creek trail system.

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  • cbrsport17

    Great Freeride/jump section. Quick, flowing, and a pure adrenaline rush!!

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  • Greg Heil   ✓ supporter

    Quehl holler is CLOSED, presumably just for the winter. Drove an hour and a half to get some air on my dh bike only to find the trail sealed off. Thats frustrating, to say the least

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  • Greg Heil   ✓ supporter

    Sick dirt jump run with a big wall ride at the bottom. There are two lines: one big and one small, so there's something for everyone! This trail is so much fun--such a great addition to the trail system here. I can't wait to get back!

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  • WoodstockGator

    Already mentioned this in my review of Blankets Creek, but this trail is awesome. A quick 1 min rush down a hill, basically, but easy to ride back to top and do over and over and over (which you'll want to do). Basically two options on each jump/obstacle: take the smoother/smaller option or take the big air option. If you take the harder side of each obstacle, you better be sure to have your speed up, b/c if you don't you often won't clear the gaps and will crash miserably into the wall on the other side of the gap (you can probably guess that I speak from experience....had much blood and too many witnesses) :-) Enjoy!!!!

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  • millstkd

    I could have played around on this trail all day. Unfortunately, a huge storm blew in and we decided to call it a day since the trails were muddy and we didn't want to ruin them with our tires.

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  • dallan1

    It's a blast, certainly worth the drive! Even if you don't hit the big jumps you can flow down this track and have a blast - then hang out towards the bottom and watch people with larger cajones than me hit the gap jumps & tabletops full speed.

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  • dozzerboy

    This is made for dirt jumpers by dirt jumpers. It just seems to allow you to keep on rolling. Very fun.

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