Chattahoochee National Forest
- Windy Gap Cycle trail. Starting at the trailhead near Lake Conasauga, this can be a one-way downhill screamer! By connecting the forest roads you can make it a loop
- Bear Creek Trail. Starting at the Barnes Creek campground, this trail has a couple of options. Either as a single track loop, or a spur that exits onto a forest service road which can be taken back to the start for a loop. Or continue to the Mountaintown Creek trail and ride as long as you want.
- Mountaintown Creek Trail. This begins just off the forest service road near the wilderness area. It begins downhill along the creek and exits just East of the Barnes Creek Campground. For the hard core, combine this with the Bear Creek trail for a 25 mile expert level loop.
- Rich Mountain Trail. North of Ellijay, this trail is possibly one of the most difficult in the area. It begins at Stanley Gap near Cherry Log off Hwy. 76. Proceeding North until it reaches Lake Blue-Ridge, riders can head back, or make a loop by riding paved and unpaved roads back to the start.
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