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Level: Intermediate
Length: 1 mi (1.6 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Other
Elevation: +0/ -54 ft
Total: 7 riders

Mountain Biking Rapids Trail

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#71 of 114 mountain bike trails in South Carolina
#5,745 in the world

One of the less traveled trails, this trail is definitely worth the trip to the north end of the forest. It sits between Rapids Logging Road and the intersection of Pot Belly Pig Logging Road and Six Mile Creek Logging Road.

When riding from east to west, it begins with a low grade and meanders through some pine and hardwood sections of forest. It then begins a descent towards Six Mile Creek. When you arrive at Six Mile Creek there is a rapids crossing on top of a relatively flat, but VERY SLIPPERY, smooth rock surface. The water is deep and there is no ride-able line to cross on your bike.

First added by Timothy G. Parrish on Jan 13, 2016. Last updated Apr 23, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Head west from end of Rapids Logging Road or head east from intersection Six Mile Creek Logging Road and Pot Belly Pig Logging Road.
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  • Timothy G. Parrish

    Large loose rocks near water crossing. Roots in other places. Slipper when damp/wet.

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