Contributed by JR staff member Adam Lion
Length: 8.2 miles
Terrain: 50% Single Track, 45% gravel road, 5% paved road
Description: This loop is in the popular Bent Creek Experimental forest, just 15 minutes southwest of Asheville. Enjoy scenic views, extremely steep single track trail, and the magic of spring in Western NC! More details HERE. Follow us on
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