Cedar Creek Trail
The trail traverses the low ridges and tributaries of Cedar Creek, crossing that stream at two points. Total mileage of all loops is 35 miles, but only the first 8 miles north of from Pine Ridge are really good for mountain biking. Seven of these miles are single-track, and the remainder follows a gravel county road. The trail is hardpack and can be quite muddy after rainfall. Equestrians can make the trail really rough when it's wet. With the exception of a few steep pitches, all of this trail can be handled by beginners. The remaining 25 miles are also open to mountain bikes, but use gravel roads or single-track when the trail is in poor condition. You will enjoy your ride more if you use the first eight miles of trail as an out-and-back ride. This trail is located 18 miles southeast of Columbia.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Season||While the trail can be ridden year-round, spring and fall offer the best riding conditions.|
|Top Elevation||800 ft|
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