August Route of the Month
Route of the Month
Curtis Creek Climbs

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 Strava for monthly route updates!

August Route of the Month
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