A maze of trails on fast hardpack singletrack.
The state forest has about 15 miles of gravel roads and trails. The Harbison trails have a bit of everything. Trails are marked and are easily navigated. Look for some fast downhills off the firebreak and Mid Mountain Trail for more technical riding. Locals say "Spiderwoman" and "Harbison Bluff" sections of Mid Mountain are favorites. They aren't marked so keep your eyes open for them. Hammerheads will want to do 2 or 3 laps to really get a work out but first timers can enjoy Harbison Forest as well.
How to get there:
Take I-26 to Harbison Blvd. Head the opposite direction from the mall, which can be seen from either side of the highway. Turn right onto Broad River Rd. Park in the main parking lot to Harbison State Forest, which is about 1/4 mile on the left. There is a small trail fee.
There is a day usage fee and poor conditions after a heavy rain.