Brushy

4.5/5 (2 reviews)
The sticky mud and a long descent into the hollow will brighten your eyes and widen your smile. Brushy 1085, part of the Daniel Boone Backcountry Byway, starts 4.5 miles of actual offroad trail when you combine it with its neighbor, Brushy Fork North Road. The forest envelopes you with direct sun... Read More
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Highlights of Brushy

Forest Category Icon Forest
Overland Category Icon Overland
Water Category Icon Water
Highest Elevation
1186 ft
Shape of Trail
Straight Through
Typically Open
Year Round
Best Direction
North
Official Trail Name
1085
Nearest Town
Korea
Nearest Services
Frenchburg
Management Agency
Daniel Boone National Forest
District
Cumberland Ranger District

Overview

The sticky mud and a long descent into the hollow will brighten your eyes and widen your smile. Brushy 1085, part of the Daniel Boone Backcountry Byway, starts 4.5 miles of actual offroad trail when you combine it with its neighbor, Brushy Fork North Road. The forest envelopes you with direct sunshine, quickly losing its shine as you drop into the hollow. As you continue this short trail, photo opportunities unveil themselves to you and your wheeling mates. After completing this trail, photos of water crossings, a calming unnamed tributary, and flexy obstacles will surely be in your collection.

Trail Difficulty and Assessment

Trail Guide Overview
6 Waypoints
20 Trail Photos
1 Trail Concerns
2 Community Reviews
1 Video
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