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Knobscorcher Professional Review and Guide
"The trail's use as a race site in the spring and fall contributes largely to its popularity. Radical bikers will like its demanding passages through horse-made ruts, crank deep. It is a fast course with steep drops and sharp curves. Due to heavy horse use, though, it stays muddy longer after a rain than do some of the other area trails. Several alternate connections and routes allow for creativity in direction and length. Part of the trail follows the boundary line for a farm located below Nantahala Village. Scenery: Views across a narrow finger of Fontana Lake, and of the surrounding mountains; shaded, protected coves."
--Steve Jones, Mountain Bike! The Southern Appalachian & Smoky Mountains (Menasha Ridge Press).
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