Rock Creek Atv is a hiking trail in Gilmer County and Murray County, Georgia. It is 4.8 miles long and begins at 1,517 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is a mile with a total elevation gain of 348 feet.
Rock Creek Atv Professional Reviews and Guides
"This ride takes you along an ATV trail that climbs up the mountain, then joins the Tatum Lead Road running along the ridgelines for a short distance. The views from the top are good enough for a rest stop. The doubletrack on top is open to four-wheel-drive vehicles as well as ATVs, so watch for oncoming traffic. Turn left at the next intersection of the ATV trail, and it will take you back down the mountain in a much quicker fashion than you climbed it. This section of the trail is why they invented suspension! The downhill from Tatum Lead Road back to the fork is a great testing ground for wheels, brakes, and suspension components. A couple of roaring waterfalls off to the right are worth stopping for, if you can. The bottom section from the fork to the parking lot is full of banked turns just made to rail around. It’s all over too soon as you return to the parking lot. If you’re feeling your oats, ride the trail in the opposite direction and trade a brutal rocky climb for a longer downhill. Tread: 5.5 miles on ATV and ORV trail, most on old doubletrack."
--Alex Nutt, Mountain Biking Georgia (Falcon Guides).
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