|Trail Name||Difficulty||Length (mi)||Rating||City|
|Blackburn State Park||Easiest||6.0||Dahlonega|
|Lumpkin County Park||Beginner||1.0||Dahlonega|
|Blackburn Gravel Roads (Blackburn State Park)||Beginner||6.0||Dahlonega|
|Tortoise Trail (Chicopee Woods)||Beginner||1.4||Oakwood|
|Hare Trail (Chicopee Woods)||Beginner||1.0||Oakwood|
|Red Tail Loop (Chicopee Woods)||Intermediate||2.0||Oakwood|
|Flying Squirrel (Chicopee Woods)||Intermediate||3.2||Oakwood|
|Coyote Loop / Devil's Backbone (Chicopee Woods)||Intermediate||1.2||Oakwood|
|Pioneer Trail (Blackburn State Park)||Intermediate||2.0||Dahlonega|
|Cherokee Bluff||Intermediate||3.0||Hall County|
|Sosebee Cove / West Wolf Creek||Intermediate||8.0||Suches|
|White Tail (Chicopee Woods)||Intermediate||3.2||Oakwood|
|Copperhead Gap (Chicopee Woods)||Intermediate||4.0||Oakwood|
|Pinhoti Trail: P3 (Pinhoti Trail)||Advanced||6.0||Ellijay|
There are miles of mountain bike trails in the area.
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