Huntersville Southwestern Trail

Total Miles


432.72 ft


0.5 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

This trail is a Huntersville sampler. There are super dense forest sections where you have to slow down to thread trees, sections of many whoops, somewhat washed-out trails that are sandy, and some trail sections hit by the forestry service with roots, sticks, and stumps. Compared to nearby singletrack Paul Bunyan and Spider Lake Trails, this trail system is generally narrower but has fewer obstacles, fewer inclines and declines, fewer rocks, and less water. There are, however, pretty consistent whoops. They aren't uncomfortable, but they do typically need to be hit fast or the rider needs to stand or sit through the up-and-down roller coaster. The river and woods are very pretty with a nice variety of trees that make for awesome fall colors.

Photos of Huntersville Southwestern Trail

Huntersville Southwestern Trail
Huntersville Southwestern Trail
Huntersville Southwestern Trail


The trail has typical small debris, roots, and whoops.

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Access Description

All the trails are accessible from "The Outpost" restaurant, bar, and campground in Huntersville.

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