Pine Ridge Trail
- Bicycling/Mountain Biking
- Horseback Riding
Length: 12.6 Miles View map
Trail Rating: Moderate
Pine Ridge Trail offers a wide variety of terrain. Part of the trail has a natural surface of dirt or gravel-sized rock while other parts are extremely rocky ranging from almost like a creek bed to areas where rock outcroppings make it difficult to maneuver. Portions are relatively steep while other sections are rather level. Some sections will take users through a typical hardwood woodland while other sections travel through pine trees. The trail crosses a stream in a few places, but during very dry weather; the stream may not have water in it.
Campers in Campground 2 have trail access from the basic loop and the electric loop. This trail shares a trailhead and a section with Hickory Ridge Trail. White connectors 1 and 2 provide access to portions of Hickory Ridge Trail. White connector 3 can be used to shorten the hike or ride. The trail is popular with hikers, equestrian users and mountain bikers. Hikers and bicyclists should yield to equestrian users. The trail offers a designated backpack camp.
You may experience:
- Natural surface, dirt, mud, gravel, shifting rocks, slippery surface, etc.
- Rocks, roots and/or downed vegetation on trail
- Steep grades and inclines more than 10 percent
- Water/stream crossings without bridges
- Road/highway crossing
|Length||Estimated Hiking Time||Type||Blazes||Trailhead|
|12.6 miles||9 hours, 25 minutes||Loop||Red||
Equestrian Staging Area