The Great Passion Play Holy Roller Trail .7 miles (Single Track, Single Direction)
Holy Roller was the first intermediate trail to open at the Great Passion Play. It is full of fun flowy rollers, jumps, drops, and berms! Don’t worry, jumps and drops are only optional on this trail. You can still enjoy the fast berms and flow without testing your limits!
The Great Passion Play Temptation Trail .4 miles (multi direction)
Temptation is an intermediate trail that provides a blue alternative to connect Holy Roller or Genesis to Good Samaritan. This trail is a quick and fun detour that a neat optional rock feature in the middle.
The Great Passion Play Good Samaritan Trail 1 mile (Single Track, Single Direction)
This trail has the best of both worlds. When descending, it is the longest downhill on property so far and maintains great speed and flow. When ascending, it provides a gentle and enjoyable climb out of “the Lagoon.” This trail is great for riders that are just starting to test the waters of intermediate trail. It has small safe features that are great for building your skill level.
The Great Passion Play Roman Road Trail .8 miles (Single Track, Multi Use, Both Directions)
The Great Passion Play Passover Trail 2 miles (Singletrack, Multi Use, Both Directions.)
The Great Passion Play Forgiveness Trail .6 miles (Singletrack, Multi Use, Both Directions)
Miners Rock Trail 3 mile loop (Singletrack, Multi use trail)
A popular cycling trail in Lake Leatherwood park, it also leads users to one of the most interesting rock formations and sink holes. When traveling clockwise from Miner’s Rock trailhead, the route tackles a gradual forest access road before settling into a long bench laden with bluffs. The trail descends a series of switchbacks and old road beds.
Bench Loop Trail 4.15 miles (single track)
Located at Lake Leatherwood City Park. As the name implies, the trail is comprised of two benches that create a loop. Skirting Bluff lines and tight tree lined contours, the trail wraps around the same peninsula mountain top. The trail also shares the same route with the Twin Knobs Trail (2 miles) and can be further connected with Lost Ridge Trail (1 mile.) Access is from the Leatherwood Trail from the parking lot of the Lake Leatherwood sports field or Roark Road.
Oil Springs Trail to Pump Station Trail 2.35 miles (single track)
Located at Black Bass Lake. Oil Springs trail has it all. Dramatic bluffs flank the route as it winds through gnarly terrain. Faded slogans hide on rockfaces and historic debris echo activities of the past. Oil Springs Trail connects to Bluff Trail along the upper side of Black Bass Lake. From this point you can take the Pump Station Trail located on the south side of the lake and it will loop around connecting to the Standing Rock trail that will lead you to Black Bass Dam.
Overlook Trail 2 miles (Singletrack, Multi-use, Both Directions)
This trail climbs quickly from both ends to a bench trail. Part of the trail is lined with bluffs one of which offers a view of the dam during leaf off. Numerous switchbacks and great flow make this trail fun for cyclists. Access is from Mulladay Hollow Trail or the Beacham Trail Dam Road.
Fuller Trail 1 mile (Single Track, Multi-use, Both Directions)
Fuller Trail follows a contour just above the lake for much of its length. Several spurs connect to the Beacham along the way. Another spur connects to the Point a great picnic spot with views of the dam. This trail has few extended grades but contains some extreme varied terrain and several stream crossings