Warriors Path Trail is a 8.8 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Blountville, Tennessee and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
weather and trails lots of fun
Had a great time, trails are in good shape.
have hiked all the mountain bike trails at warriors path sp over the winter. great area to walk the dog, over 7 miles of trails. unfortunately since spring a LOT of people with dogs off leash, my dog has been attacked and bitten here. these people don't even carry leashes, and have no verbal control over their animals. be forewarned
several paths to cater to all levels.
Will definitely go again
This is a great trail system that has a nice mix of slower technical sections and flowy, hand built single track. The trails are marked at intersections and well maintained by the local SORBA TriCities chapter and park staff. If you are looking for intermediate level of riding that will make you better rider, WPSP trails are it. Note: a new trail was been completed called the Wahoo trail (lollipop loop) the connector is about half way down Darwin's Revenge.
I completed Darwins Revenge and the Boneyard as well as part of White Tail Loop trail. It hit the water's edge three times and ascended each time up to 1500 feet. There were plenty of deer. The trail is nice but made for bikers so listen and watch for cyclists so you do not get run down. I added my track.
Definitely a good mountain biking park for sure. Camped at the campground across the lake and did some paddaling. But the mountain biking was enjoyable, as there old roadbeds to ROCKY trails. The Whitetail and Ridge Top are great trails. With fun singletrack. But, the Rock City and Boneyard trails are just plain ridiculous. Enjoyed the park a lot, definitely themed for the more expert riders.
The map shows the bike trail, but there are several hiking trails in the park at various levels. Devil's backbone is the hardest, but has the best views.
Great condition trail, varying difficulty so riders of all levels can enjoy it.