Tatum Lead Ohv

Georgia

Distance4.9mi
Elevation Gain3,390ft
Trailhead Elevation2,706ft
Top2,828ft
Elevation Min/Max2294/2828ft
Elevation Start/End2706/2703ft

Tatum Lead Ohv

Tatum Lead Ohv is a hiking trail in Gilmer County and Murray County, Georgia. It is 4.9 miles long and begins at 2,706 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 10.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 3,390 feet. Hightop (elevation 2,677 feet) can be seen along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Rock Creek Atv.

Tatum Lead Ohv Professional Reviews and Guides

"A real teeth-rattler at times, this route follows the ridgeline of Tatum Mountain out and back. The trail ends at private property. Do not ride beyond the end of the trail. Highlights: Steep uphill and downhill, rocky trail, whoop-te-doos, spotty views."

"Tatum Lead Road is an old forest road that runs along the top of Tatum Mountain. With minor downhills at either end, most of the ride is along the ridgelines, with some great views to either side. The fall colors are incredible, and the elevation makes for cool riding most of the year. Tread:15.2 miles on doubletrack and jeep road."

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10/1/2009
This trail should be listed as "off highway dirve" since the trail is suitable for 4x4 vehicles. The trail was well maintained with a hard bottom, so no worries about getting stuck. The trail can be narrow and it goes right through the forest so be prepared to bring home a few scratches on the vehicle from branches. The trail is not wide enough for two vehicles so watch for on coming trucks. If two vehicles do come head to head, one of them is going to have to backup, because finding an area suitable for turning around will not be easy. The trail is a one way trail; it ends at a dirt mound where multiple atv trails intersect. The trail offers excellent views and an opportunity to do some mild off-roading.
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4/9/2007
Trails.com has been informed that this trail ends at private property. Please do not ride beyond the end of the trail on the whoop-te-doos found on a side loop.
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Trail Information

Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, Cohutta District, 706-695-6736
Local Contacts
USGS Ramhurst and Crandall
Local Maps

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Nov 2018