Red Run-tea Creek-brannock-gauley

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62.0
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↑ 7,000 ft
↓ 7,100 ft
4,311
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Difficult singletrack
added by pmcrackinGranny Gear
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  • Winter Fat Biking
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  SingleTrackEvan   on Aug 13, 2017
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Singletrack


March 29, 2017
 
Review: Great backcountry singletrack. Shit tons of rocks and roots. And they're covered in moss. Watch out for stinging nettles in the summer. Ouch!

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February 20, 2010
Outdoornut Singletrack  
 
Review: These are some awesome back country trails. I would not recommend turning right off Red Run and down the Tea Creek and right on Tea Creek. That's more work than it's worth. All the locals will discourage that route. You can get Red Run in and go left (straight through) at the bottom and take Right Fork Trail back up toward Tea Creek Mountain Trail. If you want to get over to Boundary trail, take Bear Pen Ridge around to Tea Creek trail where you will just cross it. I wouldn't recommend any of Tea Creek Trail since it has too many washed out crossings (better suited for hiking). Even on the good (Slatyfork Map) they don't recommend the route noted here. The rider who posted this is one tough rider. My hat is off to him. Just check out the better routes. Awesome, awesome area to ride though.

Similar Trail: See all the trail listed in the Slatyfork, Cranberry, Richwood, Marlinton and Rimel area.

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Red Run-tea Creek-brannock-gauley MTB Trail 4.50 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.
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