Mountain Biking in the North Georgia Mountains
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Mountain Biking Trails in Blairsville and Union County Georgia

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Davenport Trail

This trail loops around Davenport Mountain with some moderate grades and offers views of Nottely Lake. This trail is not recommended for riders accustomed to riding on flat rolling terrain, young, or inexperienced riders. Riders must stay on the trail. Cross country riding is not allowed. 5 miles.

Directions: Take U.S. 19 and 129 north from Blairsville for 2 miles. Turn left on Pat Colwell Road and go 8 miles. Turn right on Forest Service Road 143 and go 0.75 mile to a trailhead parking area on the left

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