Jackrabbit Trail is a 4.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Hayesville, NC that features a lake. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking and mountain biking.
Very nice level trail that has lake view for much of the hike. While there were mostly bikers they were all polite and friendly and shared the trail appropriately. The leaves are just beginning to turn. This trail has many educational tree and fauna identifying markers with great descriptions so if you are interested in learning about this then this is the trail for you!
Did the 6.6 mile loop during rain storm today. It was a blast..
there are 5-6 loop trails sharing the same parking lot, all are fairly easy and fun! maybe 10 total miles.
Very narrow trails with many bikers on them which were not polite . Would not go back
It wasn't the best mountain biking trail in the world but it was still extremely fun. Make sure to watch out for other bikers around the sharp corners because we nearly crashed into other bikers twice. I would not recommend hiking because you are constantly on alert for on coming bikers.
Nice trail. Too many mountain bikers for a hike.
Good hike for everyone, including small family members. There is a nice bathroom facility at the parking lot. The trail signage is very clear and you can easily figure out which trails you want to take. The Central loop is 3.1 miles and the loops off of it are very well marked at each intersection, even giving you the mileage of the extra loop. You can add loops and make up a hike of around 6 miles or juswt stick with the basic loop of 3.1 miles. Having the lake in view most of the time is an added bonus. Really enjoyed this hike.
Great ride and good flow. Will come back and ride with my son.
Very well marked and maintained. Jack Rabbit is a central loop trail with offshoots of varying lengths. Nice seasonal views and beach access from some trail options. Also has foliage signage along the trails. Trails are shared with hikers and mountain bikes and can get busy on weekends and in season.
Great rolling, flowing single track. Very well maintained and ridiculously well marked. No lung busting uphills or white knuckle descents. Great place to take a beginner. I'll be going back soon.
Very nice. Excellent rolling singletrack, beautiful views, very well groomed, not too difficult, and plenty of options to choose from. There is one main loop and several optional offshoots. Road about 12 miles, only 1 moderate climb on an optional section, the rest nice singletrack.