Contributed by JR staff member Rachel Veale
Length: 7.15 miles
Terrain: 50% gravel, 50% singletrack
Description: Starting and ending at the Curtis Creek Campground, this climbing-heavy loop takes you up 3 miles of moderate gravel climbing, then connects to the rolling, technical Lead Mine Gap Trail before wrapping up on Hickory Branch Trail. More details HERE. Follow us on
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