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Level: Expert
Length: 1 mi (1.6 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: -
Total: 14 riders
 

Mountain Biking Whipper Snapper

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#15 of 395 mountain bike trails in Georgia
#188 in the world

Whipper Snapper is a 1/2 mile skill trail that contains EXPERT features such as: rock gardens, rock crawls, ladder bridges, log rides, drops and gap jumps.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
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Part of the Allatoona Creek Trail system.
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  • belzey
    *****

    Incredible short technical trail. It now has the bonus of a bike park built in with dirt jumps, pump tracks and some slopestyle type trails. If your into riding on rocks this trail wont disappoint.

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  • mableflower
    *****

    Awesome trail for expert riders. This is a one of a kind experience. Lots of rocks and drops. Short but sweet.

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  • khicks51
    *****

    awesome advanced trail! thank you to anyone who has put in work to make this what it is. very technical, super fun, and any obstacle is able to be skipped if needed. crank at the end and hit the rock drop!

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  • tom mayer
    *****

    I think I rode it backwards, counterclockwise. Still fun. If I hadn't already been on the trails for an hour and a half might have gone clockwise too. Not for the novice but I didn't feel overwhelmed myself.

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  • jonman26
    ****

    This could be a better trail if there was a bit less rocks. The start is fast with nice drops and gaps but it quickly turns into rock climbs and crawls. That's were it's fun but difficult. Definitely slows you down and is extremely technical. I like it but would like to see some more jumps and to better the flow of the trail.

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  • montgomery48
    *****

    This is an incredible trail. It reminds me a lot of some of the stuff at Oak Mountain. Theres nothing like it anywhere around. It will teach you skills you didnt know you had.

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  • endobiker
    *****

    Boss trail for advanced riders. Fast technical mix of boulder piles, gnarly roots, balance beams, ramped jumps, big drops and banked corners.

    HUGE appreciation to the builders! Not many trails in Georgia have this level of frame busting gut checks packed into a tight course like Whipper Snapper. Only the Florida limestone challenges of Santos come to mind. Hats off guys. This trail is just badass.

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  • Slee_Stack
    ****

    I actually 'rode' maybe 20% of it. Walked the rest. Its pretty neat. If you think you are a great technical rider, this is the section to actually prove it.

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  • acwtim
    *****

    Definitely expert. I would not even attempt some of the features on my hard tail. Most technical I have seen in Georgia

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  • flyingturkey
    *****

    This is a one of kind trail. I'm not sure what you even call it freeride/expert/skill trail. Its filled with rock rides and other really technical challenging features. Its by far the coolest trail I have ever ridden.

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