Beautiful Trails in the South to Visit if You’re a Mountain Biker
The United States has many beautiful places to offer for mountain bikers. Riders can feel the thrill or adventure and view breathtaking sceneries by visiting trails throughout the South. Get a mountain bike or a hybrid bike sale and get outside there to explore. Here are some of the best trails you should visit.
Palo Duro Canyon
The 10 trails covering more than 15,000 acres of this area are known as the “Grand Canyon of Texas.” You can ride routes made of red claystone and white gypsum. If you are a novice, then cover the 5.4-mile path around canyon walls called Lighthouse.
Dupont State Recreational Forest
Brevard, North Carolina’s recreational forest is spread across 10,400 acres of land. You can enjoy riding through the forest and its 100 miles of bike trails. Riders that like a challenge can go to the Slickrock Loop housing Big Rock Trail, Cedar Rock Trail and Burnt Mountain Trail.
Double Oak Trail at Oak Mountain State Park
Spread across 22 miles of land, this park in Pelham, Alabama, is also known as the Red Trail. You have to climb up to 1,600 feet to cover the park. Several challenges like rock gardens, difficult uphill, sharp downhills and sand pits are on the trail.
Palo Duro by Greg Mazu from Flickr Creative Commons.