Reedy Fork Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Greensboro, North Carolina. It is 0.4 miles long and begins at 720 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 81 feet.
Reedy Fork Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"The 3.7 miles of singletrack on this lakeside out-and-back (7.4 miles total) represent the best of Greensboro off-road biking. This network of trails weaves in and out of a mature, mixed hardwoods forest, never on the level for long. Large specimens of beech and maple trees tower above the understory, looking like sentinels with their fat trunks. The trail sometimes splits narrowly between some of the trees, and the trail lacks, for the most part, any aerobic demand. But its twisting, narrow route requires above average handling skills and concentration."
--Steve Jones, Mountain Bike! The Southern Appalachian & Smoky Mountains (Menasha Ridge Press).
"An easy, fun ride that anyone will enjoy; good introduction trail. Mostly smooth, level cranking with enough roots and other drops to make you pay attention. You’ll at least see the beavers’ handiwork, if not the fat little buggers themselves. Tread: 6.8 miles of singletrack."
--Timm Muth, Mountain Biking North Carolina (Falcon Guides).
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