This is a size able riding are with many miles interconnecting of
trails. Most of the trails are short but once you learn your way around
you can connect them to a longer trail. Like most of the other riding
areas in Georgia this riding are is very well taken care of. The trails
here provide many fun challenges. My favorite part about this area was
the views you get when you are high on top of the mountain. If you ride one these trails while the
leaves are not on the trees you will get great view of the surrounding
country side as follow the ridge lines on the mountains in the
area. This area is in Northwest Georgia near Chattanooga, but is still
a short enough distance from Atlanta that it is an easy day trip.
Camping is also allowed at this area in designated areas.
One of the steeper more difficult sections of the trail
Near the highest point of the trail, great view when
leaves are not present.
view of the typical trail terrain.
not cross this water area, its very deep and the trail ends on the other
Picture of the water hole
View of swamp
From I-75, take Ringgold/LaFayette exit (Exit 348) south
on GA 151 for 7 miles. Turn left at Nickajack Gap Road and go across
Taylor's Ridge. Turn right onto Capehart Road and travel 1 mile until
pavement ends. Parking area is on left at the beginning of Forest Service