Pine Tree Loop

Buncombe County, North Carolina 28776

Elevation Gain651ft
Trailhead Elevation2,156ft
Elevation Min/Max2156/2423ft
Elevation Start/End2156/2156ft

Pine Tree Loop

Pine Tree Loop is a hiking and biking trail in Buncombe County, North Carolina. It is 1.8 miles long and begins at 2,156 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 3.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 651 feet. This trail connects with the following: Deerfield Loop and Pine Tree Connector.

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"I’d consider this trail the perfect sampler for a novice rider who has bellied up to Pisgah’s fat tire feast for the first time. Pine Tree offers up enough fun to get friends hooked on riding, and enough scary stuff to keep them humble.

It also makes a fine appetizer for advanced riders before moving on to the main course in the mountains above. Tread: 2 miles of singletrack; 3.4 miles of gravel Forest Service road."

"At times, especially in summer and fall, the area can be congested, but if you hike during the off-season or on a weekday, it is a perfect place to hike with your dog. If hiking during fall hunting season (in North Carolina, hunting seasons run from September to May), place a blaze orange vest on your dog, since hunting is permitted in the national forest.

Currently, hunting is prohibited on Sundays throughout the state. The Pine Tree Loop Trail is one of many great little hikes in the Bent Creek area, winding through forests and fields and crossing enough streams to keep dogs interested, alert, and happy. Although mountain bikes are allowed on this trail, it is flat and wide enough for users to safely pass each other."

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Trail Information

Buncombe County
Nearby City
Bent Creek Experimental Forest;Pisgah Ranger District, Pisgah National Forest
Local Contacts
USGS Dunsmore Mountain
Local Maps

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Jul 2018