Lock 4 Trail is a 7.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Gallatin, TN that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for walking, birding, fishing, and mountain biking and is accessible from March until October.
Best Mountain bike trails around. Multiple loops for all ages/difficulties. Great scenery. Wildlife everywhere. Deer in the fields every evening. Fishing/picnic areas. Toy airplane runway. Bike obstacles/jumps in field. Mountain Bike Trails for all difficulties. Well rounded trails. Mountain Bike Trail crosses the road to make a long ride. Multiple routes/loops from the start to help change it up so it never gets old.
Better for biking then hiking! I got to see deer up close. It wasn't busy at all when I went an hour before sundown. I enjoyed it a lot! It's challenging if you are a beginner.
Best mtn biking I've had the pleasure to enjoy. Great trails, so it's about busy, but it's understandable why.
Great for mountain biking, as a beginner this was a challenge & had multiple spots for jumps. A choose your own adventure type trail. ***As the last reviewer stated this is NOT the best for travel on foot. Don't do it, surely there are more hiking appropriate spots nearby.***
Over 8 miles of mountain biking, single track, easy to moderate trails.
I strongly advice against trying to hike this trail. I noticed a terrible review by a hiker complaining about mountain bikers. This needs to be clear. This trail has been designed and built with solely mountain bikers in mind with obstacles and parts of trail where a great deal of speed can be built. If you do choose to hike this trail please be very careful.
That being said, I don't think there is a better mountain bike trail in the state. It is outstanding and well maintained by volunteers.
Neat trail but not worth fighting the mountain bikers to hike it. Some are awesome and slow down, tell you they are coming, and very polite. Some would just as soon run you over. Lots of switchbacks. Lots of trails in small amount of land.
Great trail for mountain biking! Large area to cover and plenty of deer to see. Beautiful trail that rides along Old Hickory Lake. Each trail is labeled by difficulties with a lot of up and down hill ridding.
The app shows this to be less than a mile, however there are more than 8 miles of single to here. I mapped it at 6.7 and I didn't do the Green (beginner) trail.
I really enjoy this trail, there are a lot of technical sections and some steep climbs. If you're really wanting some downhill speed take the orange loop it's about 8 miles and there's a lot of go-fast sections. I wrote it on a single speed and for the most part didn't have to walk it.