Jackson Bluff Trail

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Summary

The Jackson Bluff Trail provides 6.2 miles of sharp turns, steep drops, and muddy goodness.

Written by

Logan Waddell

Destination Distance From Downtown

85.6 miles

Difficulty

3 of 5 diamonds

3

Time To Complete

20 Minutes to All Day

Seasonality

Year-Round

Dog Friendly

Not Recommended

Fees Permits

None

Land Website

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Review

This single track mountain bike trail was constructed, and is maintained by the Waccamaw Trail Blazers of Conway, SC. The WTB did a fantastic job of carving out this trail from the Waccamaw wildlife refuge, and have given riders something we can all be proud of. By driving only an hour and a half up the coast, you can have your fill of one of the best trails in the lowcountry and an opportunity to truly test your skills. The Jackson Bluff trail offers 6.2 miles of elevation change, sharp turns, steep drops, and muddy goodness that will leave you satisfied with your ride. The trails are marked with colored diamonds, and the main trail ends at the Waccamaw river kayak launch area, where you can rally yourself and then head back out. Expect to see the typical things you'll find on most lowcountry trails-live oak tunnels, mosquitoes, marsh views, and Spanish Moss. Come prepared with your helmet, water, insect repellent, and a map if you do not feel comfortable with your navigational skills. If you’re in Charleston and have some time to kill, go check out the Jones Bluff Trail; it is the product of those who love to ride, and this quickly becomes evident as you yourself ride.

Location

Jackson Bluff Trail

Charleston, SC,
33.785145, -79.032214

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