Whispering Pines Mountain Bike Trail, Sequoyah State Park

2.00 out of 5
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Trail Description
About this trail
Four trails: Blue, Green, Yellow, and Red.
- All paved and easy riding.
- From the Lodge to the Nature Center is .6 miles.
- Off-road trail with gentle and steep hills and semi-rough conditions.
- Total length from the Lodge around the green loop and back is 3.8 miles.
- Off-road trail with gentle and steep hills and semi-rough conditions.
- Total length from the Lodge around the green and yellow loop and back is
4.7 (?) miles.
- Trailhead is in Area 2 Campground or access from Yellow section.
- Trail is gentle with some small hills.
- Total length of this loop is 2.5 miles.
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Recent Trail Check-ins     (3 total check-ins)
  MTBCrash29   on Nov 11, 2016
  MTBCrash29   on Nov 11, 2016
  robbinks   on Nov 11, 2016
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November 15, 2016
MTBCrash29 Doubletrack  
Review: A fair trail for beginners. Not very exciting but a great trail ride for families and kids to get started. Main MTB trail is the RED trail and starts near the park entrance. You can also park midway through the park at the paved road trailhead where the paved trail starts. Green trail is paved. Has trailhead as mentioned above and can start at the Golf clubhouse as well. Yellow trail is fairly wide and not used very much. When I rode it in Nov 2016, it had lots of downed tree branches and leaf cover but that is expected for Fall. The MTB "singletrack" is a nice trail but not long or exciting.


July 24, 2005
dauw Singletrack  
Review: Rode the Green and Red Trails. Easy and fast singletrack, some mowed to the width of doubletrack. Not very well-worn trail, but not soft ground either. Some of the trails were mowed (July) and sprayed for poison ivy. Trail heads are well marked. I was on the Red (?) trail and it was not well-marked when it combined with and left powerlines and service roads, i.e., I couldn't follow it sometimes. I found a ribbon of tight singletrack that still had trail flags and I think was the Red trail, but it wasn't mowed and had lots of broken branches and spider webs. Saw lots of deer, and a pack of wild dogs. Bottom line: there are miles of trails here, some of which are kept clean even in the summer, but that are not ridden regularily. Get out there and ride, and tell the park manager that the trials need to be marked along there course and where they meet and leave service roads, powerlines, etc.

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Whispering Pines Mountain Bike Trail, Sequoyah State Park MTB Trail 2.00 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.
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