93F is a hill climb trail within the Beasley Knob OHV Trail System. This short and steep climb connects 93D to 93C along the western edge of Jones Knob. The trail is mainly packed clay peppered with softball and dinner plate-sized rocks. Deep ruts the entire trail length require larger tires to avoid dragging differentials. The trail is one vehicle wide the whole length, with one cut-in water bar that could be used to pass oncoming traffic. This pull-out is only large enough to accommodate one or two vehicles, so be sure to scout for oncoming traffic before attempting the trail in either direction. The preferred direction of travel is uphill, driving south to north. This trail is best suited for modified vehicles with larger tires. Traction aid devices such as lockers will come in handy during wet conditions.
This trail is seasonally closed from January until Mid-March and is also subject to closure during periods of wet weather.
For the most current, up-to-date gate information, call the Blue Ridge Ranger District Office, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, at 706-745-6928.
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