Horseshoe Ridge Road

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Horseshoe Ridge Road ist ein 8.2 Meilen langer, wenig besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Dahlonega, Georgia. Er führt durch schönen Wald und es gibt oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 8.2 miles Höhenunterschied: 1,364 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

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schlammig
5 days ago

went up the day after the big storm blew through. no trees down, but plenty of mud and some pretty deep standing water. no major issues - jeep gladiator Rubicon. we got our to walk around half way and were frightened off by hunters popping off rounds pretty nearby. great views at top.

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steinig
12 days ago

Fun off road driving trail that’s not too long and enjoyable. The recent rain left some muddy spots and puddles to drive through that the kids really enjoyed it.

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2 months ago

Rocky easy trail. A little mud, some ruts, but no 4wd needed. Great scenery and no traffic. Fun 45 minute alternate route to Suches for anything with some ground clearance. 2014 JKU running 35s

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schlammig
3 months ago

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steinig
4 months ago

First time offroader with 2004 LR Discovery. Had a great time with the kids. Its basically a gravel road that is in rough shape with plenty of trenches washed out. In most spots, you can pick a difficult path or an easier path. Took about 2 hours but we took our time and stopped for snack breaks. At the end of the road, it hits a service road. Turn right and you'll be on an asphalt road fairly soon. I don't see this as a trail that would be any fun to hike since you'd be on loose gravel most of the time.

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5 months ago

Hit the trail in my Land Rover LR3. Directions to the trail head are spot on. Great trail, not overly difficult. Running through the water/mud crossings was fun. The trail is exactly 4 miles in. Once you get to the end of the trail you end up on some service road. I had no idea where I was so I just turned around and went back down. Someone else mentioned another more secluded side trail. I believe I saw the same trail. I wasn’t brave enough to run it alone. Would be great if someone had some insight on it. Enjoy!

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5 months ago

Pretty easy going trail, especially in a Jeep or other 4x4. A few rocky stretches and a couple of mud holes made it fun but not challenging. Saw one side trail that looked more technical but didn’t have time to do it. Very serene. Only saw 3 other vehicles while we were on the trail and it was a Saturday. Looks like there would be great views when the leaves are down.

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steinig
5 months ago

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5 months ago

Fun trail with only a few washed out areas that were fun. At the top, I took a left on a well maintained gravel road which dumped me out at the Ranger base. The views were nice and the water fall was almost missed cause of the growth. Use caution cause it is an in/out and I met several dirt bikes going up.

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6 months ago

great trail my son and I drove. My TRD Pro had no issue and the terrain and views are awesome

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steinig
6 months ago

Went up this trail in a 2wd Jeep Liberty, no lift. I had more than enough clearance but it was reallly rocky. Only issue is me and my buddy didnt bring a saw there was a tree that fell across the path. Someone had dug a makeshift road around it...tight squeeze and a sharp turn with a long drop...made it though with barely any gas. Only thing needed for this trail is 6” or more on clearance or else the underside of your car will take a beating. 4x4 not needed.

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steinig
7 months ago

Great trail, no problems with 2wd Tacoma, with some ATs highly recommend

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steinig
7 months ago

Great first trail for me and a couple of friends, lots of rocks, I’d recommend more ground clearance than a stock car for a couple sections. 2wd could do most of it. Goes by “Grassy Gap Road” on maps.

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