This is the best technical riding area I have found in the western Georgia, eastern Alabama area. There are a number of trails I have used in verious combinations to get anywhere from 1 to 6 hours worth of riding without getting bored. The trail has a number of stumps to go over averaging from 6 to 24 inches along with some good rocky terrain. In addition to this a number of expert level features have been build into the area (wooden jumps you can easily clear 15 to 20 feet and some crazy downhills although most are short). These are easily avoided for those who are not at that level. For those who are at this level these are sturdy obstacles built by someone who new what they were doing.
How to get there:
The trail is located on the Phenix City side of the Chatahoochee River (sp?). The trail heads are all on the outskirts of Idle Hour Park. If you go to the baseball fields at the park and look across the road to the high power lines you will see a woodline. There are multiple places to enter the trail along this woodline. Just head to the power lines and you will find the trail.