No matter where you are in Cherokee County, NC, you’re just a short distance from almost any outdoor activity that you can think of. Because of our diverse terrain, Cherokee County is home to a plethora of mountain biking trails. In North Carolina, our national forests offer more than 257 miles of mountain biking trails, many of which are open to the public year round. No matter your skill level, we have miles of trails that range from easy to most difficult.
Right here in Cherokee County, bordering the Hiwassee Lake, the Hanging Dog Recreation Area offers over seven miles of mountain biking trails and provides beautiful lake views along the way. The Tsali Recreation Area is one of the most popular destinations for mountain bikers around the country and is only a short drive away in the Nantahala National Forest. Along most of our mountain biking trails, you’ll find rest stops with restrooms and picnic areas to accommodate your needs during your biking trip.
Whether you’re a frequent mountain biker or if you just want to try out something new during your vacation, let us show you why North Carolina is considered to be a mountain biker’s playground. If you have any questions about Mountain Biking trails in Cherokee County, NC, feel free to contact us or visit Tusquitee Outdoors.