Adamahy - Trail, Ellijay, Georgia

Adamahy - Trail, Ellijay, Georgia

DESCRIPTION

Driving north on I-575 it automatically turns in GA 515, when at the light (KFC on left and Burger King on right) in East Ellijay turn left on Highway 282. Follow 282 west past Ridgeway Recreation Entrance you will see the signs for Woodring Branch Recreational Area of Carter''s Lake. Follow roll about 3.2 miles and you will see a gravel road to the left where there is ample parking. Sign will say Adamahy Trail. Some people are calling this the Woodring Trail so don''t get confused. It''s one and the same. And, don''t forget to stop by Cartecay River Bike Shop and say hi to Mike. He is a SORBA member who works long hours on trails in this area so thank him and the guys for doing a fine job on this one. The shop is located in the shopping plaza behind the Burger King where I told you to turn left on HWY 282. After warming up on Adamahy consider driving a few miles east on 282 and do the more challenging and longer Ridgeway Trail. I believe it''s called Carter''s Lake on this site.

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[Jul 02, 2008]
mpvanger
Weekend Warrior

Rode the Amadahy trail Memorial Day long weekend. The trailhead is very easy to find, and it's impossible to get lost on the trail. Wide hardpack on rolling terrain. You never have to climb for more than a minute or so, but it's never flat. Follows the shoreline of the lake for most of the trail. Fun trail for an easy ride. Not a destination trail, but worth riding if you're in the area.

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Signage indicates clockwise loop

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Carter's Lake DH trails at the Ridgeway area on the lake are sweet.

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4
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3
[Jan 21, 2007]
JTown
Weekend Warrior

This is a super-fun trail. Starts out with a nice downhill and some single track but is easy enough for the beginners (they'll just be slower) The directions to this trail are not correct when they say the parking area is on the left. They are actually on the right. The road takes a sharp left and the trail-head and parking area are straight at that turn. There is a sign that says "trail" and is there. Last Saturday, we took a group that had 6 bikes and almost as many skill levels. Everyone had fun. My wife did the loop twice (the second time only took 30 minutes). You can do it easily enough in 35 minutes but pace yourself for the uphill progression at the end.

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4
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2
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