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Mountain Biking at Lock 4 - Gallatin TN.

Come out and ride middle Tennessee's best single track mountain bike trail. This is the perfect time of year to get out and enjoy a morning on the trail. We usually ride for an hour or so and then hang out by the lake to cool off and chat. If you want to hang out and relax after the ride, bring some food and drink to share by the lake for a late brunch.

If it rains we'll cancel.

*Lock 4* *Info*- This 8.5 mile trail is considered a great scramble trail. Don't let the length scare you away. It's more of a riding trail than a technical trail. The singletrack is twisty and narrow at times with some 4X4 roads for high speed.

Yellow arrows mark the main trail. Since the park is on a peninsula, it's hard to get lost, although you may repeat parts of the trail if you don't pay attention. The trails are well maintained by the Lock 4 Trailblazers. Closed when wet.

Trail Map

/*Directions:* From I-40 east of Nashville, take the Gallatin exit (State Road 109 north). Go Approx 10-11 miles. Just over Cumberland River Bridge, turn left on Peach Valley Rd. Go to the road's dead end and turn left on Lock 4 road. Follow to end of road, park at old silo./

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  • Phil

    Rained a little over night but the trail wasn't wet. Just tacky enough to keep the dust down.

    July 28, 2009

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