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A new trail system is in the works for Georgia’s Chattahoochee National Forest. SORBA, the forest service, and local equestrian groups are building the Dry Creek Trail System, 25 miles of shared use trails in the Canasauga River District of Northwest Georgia. Parking and toilets are already in place, the system has been flagged, and construction of the singletrack is scheduled to begin in May. Mountain bikers are particularly excited about this project, because the trail system will connect to the popular Pinhoti Trail, one of the few long distance mountain bike trails available in the Southeast.

 

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