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Mountain Bike Trails – Kingsnake Trail

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Mountain Bike Trails – Kingsnake Trail

Mountain bike trails at Hanging Rock State Park. Photo by L. Arrington.

Trail begins at the interim parking lot at 2568 Moores Spring Road. Walk your bike across the crosswalk; use caution when crossing Moores Spring Road. The trail surface is gravel, dirt, and rock. The trail crosses the metal grate pedestrian bridge and winds past the historic Moore's Spring House, where mineral water was bottled and shipped worldwide in the early 1900s. The trail turns uphill to the right past the springhouse. Halfway up the hill, the trail turns left. Ride under stately beech trees in a large loop high above the Dan River.

Trail Location: 
Interim parking lot – 2568 Moores Spring Road
Trail Length: 
1.80 miles
Trail Type: 
one way
Trail Difficulty: 
intermediate biking
Trail Use: 
Hiking
Biking
Trail Surface: 
natural surface
gravel
boardwalk/bridge
Trail Blaze: 
red triangles

1790 Hanging Rock Park Road
Danbury, NC 27016

336-593-8480
hanging.rock@ncparks.gov

 

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