Uwharrie - Keyauwee

Charlotte, North Carolina

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Keyauwee offers up a little bit of everything: fast, snaky singletrack; sketchy downhills; mean, rocky climbs; big whoop-dee-doos. It’s the kind of trail that makes you work for your fun, but still feels like a bargain. The good folks at UMBA did a great job with this one. At the end of Keyauwee, you can run right into Supertree Loop for some more serious downhilling, extending the ride by another 3 miles. Tread: 3.9 miles of singletrack; 0.7 mile of doubletrack; 4.3 miles of gravel road.
Mountain Biking North Carolina

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Mountain Biking North Carolina

by Timm Muth (Falcon Guides)

Keyauwee offers up a little bit of everything: fast, snaky singletrack; sketchy downhills; mean, rocky climbs; big whoop-dee-doos. It’s the kind of trail that makes you work for your fun, but still feels like a bargain.

The good folks at UMBA did a great job with this one. At the end of Keyauwee, you can run right into Supertree Loop for some more serious downhilling, extending the ride by another 3 miles. Tread: 3.9 miles of singletrack; 0.7 mile of doubletrack; 4.3 miles of gravel road.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Charlotte
Distance: 8.9
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Technical Difficulty: Easy
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 1 to 2 hours
Trailhead Elevation: 550 feet
Top Elevation: 700 feet
Local Contacts: USDA Forest Service District Office (910) 576-6391
Local Maps: USGS Morrow Mountain
Driving Directions: Directions to Uwharrie - Keyauwee

Recent Trail Reviews

12/15/2008
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I've been on this trails a lot and have never been bothered.


6/18/2008
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9/16/2007
0

Went for a weekend geataway-anniversay expedition. Worst place we could have picked. Park rangers will definitely hassel you from the beginning! Don't waste your time!


3/20/2001
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These are fantastic trails in every respect. Highly recomend them to all riders in the NC area. The most current info can be had at the Uwharrie Mountain Biking Resource web site at: http://www.us-webnet.com I think these guys must work pretty close with UMBA and the forest service.



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