INDIAN BOUNDARY - Trail, Tellico Plains, Tennessee

INDIAN BOUNDARY - Trail, Tellico Plains, Tennessee

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I hear there is a loop around the lake, but that there are many other trails there as well. Wondering if anyone has been there recently to give a better review than I can. I am planning to go there and wanted and update

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[Sep 01, 2000]
Greg Ruff

It was a fast and actually good ride for a relatively low level rider ... some of the folks who rode there too were experience race type riders and they even enjoyed the lake loop ... there are several trails leading off of the lake loop, they say *the rangers) that you can ride these, one was headed straight up the mountain .... it was a mountain and it was straight up .... maybe next time for me ... it rained us out on Sunday, we were going to try some of the off trails, but the skies opened up and dumped on us
THE REST OF THE CAMP GROUND -------- is wonderful ... warm showers, most sites (especially mine) were big and with some level of privacy ..... There is a sand beach on the lake that is great for swimming ... if you have a canoe or kayak it's great for the lake ..... there are no motorized boats allowed on the lake ... volleyball (sand) is set up as well there so it allows for a complete weekend ... bring everything you need it's probably 15 miles to the nearest store and bring some wood if you have it .... the woods were picked pretty clean of firewood when we got there (august)

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Well, I know there are several trails there, but the main loop is an easy small packed gravel trail 3.5 miles on the botton around the lake. The lake is about a mile long. It's fun and pretty ride all the way around. There are people hiking and fishing along the way, but it wasn't a problem, I did 5 laps. You need to get "off the beaten track" volume IV Biking in East Tennessee .. .it has a detailed map, look at Indian Boudary and also Citco Creek ... citco is a 22 or 23 mile loop you can do as well and is suppose to be more difficult.

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Citco creek is close, basically right there .....

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[Dec 08, 2000]
bg

that loop in the trail book mentioned above is awesome. there are several variations on the loop but the one in the book is best.

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the lopp mentioned above

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[Apr 26, 2001]
P DIDDY

I really enjoy this trail. I've rode it several times w/ my wife. Its great for her because its not to difficult. Its also fun with other advanced riders because you can get some good speed up. My friend and I did a 3 lap race around it and then jumped in the lake to cool off afterwards.

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SAME AS ABOVE

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[Jul 25, 2001]
Mark Gates

Indian boundary is a nice little park, although it's a bit of a drive from where I live. The loop is fairly short, so I would recommend you do the trail if you're up there for the weekend camping or something (nice place to do it). The trail itself is cake, but it does have some really fun parts and nice views. If you're needing technical, look elsewhere. But for a easy, scenic route, this place is great.

Customer Service

Just go around the loop!

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3
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[Oct 10, 2002]
M.Jones

I ride in this area often especially in the Winter. We generally start at the first campsite in the Citigo area. This a great winter training area. Mostly fireroads with forest trails everywhere. There are more than 70 miles of hardpacked gravel roads with varying terrain. Far Gap offers a big 6 mile climb with a fast descent of equal length. The roads stay fairly dry in the winter if you need a mtn bike fix and your area trails are wet and nasty. I generally do a 50+ mile loop from Citigo to Indian Boundary and back. There is also a 12 mile climb off of River Road to Green Cove. The road is called North River Road and climbs up to the Cherohala Skyway. There are many fireroads in the area to check out.

Customer Service

The singletrack around Indian Boundary Lake is approximately 3 miles in length. It is a flat gravel/dirt trail with no climbing. It is a trail for all skill levels with no real teachnical challenges.

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There are many trails and fireroads in the Cherokee National Forest. Check with the forest service to find out which trails are off limits to mtn bikers.

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[Feb 06, 2003]
southernbelle

I camp at Indian Boundary a lot and I love it. The trails are great!! I'm not an experienced biker and it was simple enough for me but there were plenty of experienced riders that loved it just as much. I usually go around 3 or 4 times a day when camping. Some of the off trails are fun...I've not wandered off on many of them. The last time I was there, a bear had decided to grace us with her presence so I stuck to the beaten path!

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The Lake loop

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Conasauga Falls Trail!!!

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