|Trail Name||Difficulty||Length (mi)||Rating||City|
|Beaver Pond Trail (Durant Nature Park)||0.3||Raleigh|
|Border Trail (Durant Nature Park)||0.7||Raleigh|
|Durant Nature Park||Intermediate||1.0||Raleigh|
|Forest Ridge Little Loop (Forest Ridge Main Loop)||0.6||Wake Forest|
|Forest Ridge Main Loop||Beginner||1.6||Wake Forest|
|Garner Recreation Park||Intermediate||4.0||Garner|
|Graylyn Trail (Umstead State Park)||0.8||Raleigh|
|Nance Springs Loop (North Wake Landfill District Park)||1.7||Raleigh|
|Neuse River Trail||Easiest||8.0||Raleigh|
|New Light Trails||Intermediate||15.0||Raleigh|
|North Wake Landfill District Park||Beginner||2.0||Raleigh|
|Old Creedmoor||Intermediate||10.0||Wake Forest|
|Reedy Creek Lake Trail (Umstead State Park)||0.1||Raleigh|
|Shady 80||Intermediate||2||Wake Forest|
|Simms Branch Trail (Durant Nature Park)||1.3||Raleigh|
|Tar River Trails||Intermediate||10.0||Wilton|
|Umstead State Park||Beginner||13.0||Raleigh|
|Westside Lake Trail||Intermediate||4.0||Wake Forest|
There are miles of mountain bike trails in the area.
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