Mountain Biking Trails Near Brevard, NC
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Mountain Biking Trails Near Brevard, NC

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Brevard has 28 mountain-biking trails. These trails range from 2.2 to 24.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are Black Mountain, Clawhammer and Horse Cove Gap. Trails.com member Robert S. recently completed Pressley Gap. See all Brevard trails.
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The cove of Daniel Ridge Creek may just be the most peaceful, beautiful place you have ...
It's a bit of a push to the ridge, but once you're there the extra effort is long forgotten. ...
After a long climb on forest roads you'll find a wide trail up to Butter Gap and the foot ...
With views of Looking Glass Rock, John Rock and several high waterfalls, this is an appealing ...
This ride begins with a forest road climb and views that rival any in Pisgah—just make ...
This is not a ride for someone with bad knees. A long climb is followed by a great ride ...
This ride is easy, with a few hills and several suspension bridge river crossings. The ...
It's easy to understand why this area is so popular among mountain bikers. The mixed hardwood ...
Climbing steeply on single track from the historic Cradle of Forestry, this trail works ...
Starting and finishing at the ranger station, this ride combines easy streamside riding ...
The Pink Beds is just about as easy a trail as you’ll find in Pisgah. It doesn’t drop ...
Some of this trail is just simply insane. We rode up a waterfall; we rode down several ...
In some parts the trail is a smooth dirt highway; in other parts it’s frame-buckling, ...
Don’t know if you’re up for Pisgah’s charms? This short loop offers a chance for some ...
This seven-mile-plus loop uses nearly five miles of singletrack and a little over two ...
The technical and aerobic challenges of this seven-mile loop (over five miles of which ...
High-altitude trails at their best, with spectacular views of John, Cedar, and Looking ...
With 10 stream and river crossings, you’re certain not to get overheated, and except for ...
Heading into one of Pisgah’s more remote regions, this is a ride of epic proportions. ...
A long mountainous loop, mostly on gravel roads, takes you from the Avery Creek area up ...
The historic Cradle of Forestry is where today’s modern forestry practices have their ...
After a grunt of a climb you'll find a trail that snakes along the top of a knife-like ...
This ride will hammer you. You'll start with a 6-mile climb, the last 1.5 miles of which ...
With equal amounts of single track and gravel roads, this is quite the ride. You'll enjoy ...
With its short but steep hills, this trail is great by itself or it can be a nice addition ...
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