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Level: Beginner
Length: 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: -
Total: 21 riders

Mountain Biking Shelby Farms Park Conservancy

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#42 of 196 mountain bike trails in Tennessee
#2770 in the world

The Tour de Wolf and Wolf River trails are excellent for mountain biking.

First added by TrailAPI on Apr 28, 2020. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
Traveling east on I-40, take the Walnut Grove Road exit headed east. From Walnut Grove Road, take a left at the Farm Road Intersection. Keep to the right to enter Shelby Farms Park. The Visitor Center will be on your right at 500 North Pine Lake Drive.
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  • Bobzer68

    Good trails, very wet. A lot of standing water to add a little challenge to the tracks.

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  • PhatPedals

    Also there are water stations, bathrooms, and bike repair stations along the paved trail as well as a small bike/rental shop at the guest center. Be sure to watch for the Herd of fenced Buffalo roaming the park, we watched them smash through and over some small trees in the woods!

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  • PhatPedals

    5* For a beautiful, expansive and newly updated park that has a lot to offer! Although the Singletrack trail here is a bit short the park also offers over 20 miles of paved and dirt/gravel paths as well as Equestrian trails, Kayaking, Zip lining, fishing and hiking. The Singletrack is intermediate to beginner with a few technical segments and some short steep climbs and is used for an annual race the Tour de Wolf. Enjoy an entire day here, it will take you that long to explore all the park has to offer.

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