North White Oak Overlook

Oneida, Tennessee

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The basic out-and-back (6 miles total) on doubletrack of packed sandstone leads to an overlook above North White Oak Creek. Most experienced riders will take the sand and mud bogs in stride, although a novice biker may feel daunted at times. The ride, however, is worth it to whoever wants a great peek at the Cumberland Plateau. At the overlook, Coyle Branch can be seen and heard dropping into the North White Oak below. The knoll in front of the overlook hides most of Logging Hollow, with its twin branches. On the other side of the North White Oak, Panther Creek (panther included, so they say) drains the north face of Hurricane Ridge, the huge rock mountain to the southeast.

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"The basic out-and-back (6 miles total) on doubletrack of packed sandstone leads to an overlook above North White Oak Creek. Most experienced riders will take the sand and mud bogs in stride, although a novice biker may feel daunted at times. The ride, however, is worth it to whoever wants a great peek at the Cumberland Plateau.

At the overlook, Coyle Branch can be seen and heard dropping into the North White Oak below. The knoll in front of the overlook hides most of Logging Hollow, with its twin branches. On the other side of the North White Oak, Panther Creek (panther included, so they say) drains the north face of Hurricane Ridge, the huge rock mountain to the southeast."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Oneida
Distance: 6
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Easy to Difficult
Season: Year-round.
Local Contacts: Superintendent, Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, 615-879-3625
Local Maps: National Geographic Trails Illustrated Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area.
Driving Directions: Directions to North White Oak Overlook

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May 2018