Located in the northeast part of Windrock Park, Trail 51 takes you to a breathtaking overlook named Panther Rock. This namesake rock feature overlooking the surrounding mountains and Three Forks Hollow is the perfect offroad trail for a lunch picnic or a romantic dinner at sunset. Whether you visit for the views or the Jeep Badge of Honor designation, Panther Rock is a "must-do" Tennessee offroad trail.
Located within Windrock Park, Windrock 22 is one of the first trails you will encounter as you leave the parking area. This is a great trail to get your feet wet right away and tackle a variety of obstacles, including steep climbs, creek crossings, mud holes, rock climbs, and boulder fields. If you want to skip the boring greens and start your day right away with great 4-wheel action, don't blink, or you might drive right by this gem.
Proudly wearing the distinction of being the most challenging Jeep Badge of Honor trail in Windrock Park, Windrock 16 is a continuous onslaught of varying obstacles that will test your driving abilities, your nerve, and your group's attrition. Deep off-camber trenches, big rocks, and slippery hill climbs await those with the courage to earn their badge. This trail rewards the battle weary with a spectacular waterfall and scenic views to top off an adrenaline-filled trail ride.
Located on the far west end of Windrock Park, Windrock 26 is a rocky and bouldery trek up the scenic Bletchers Creek. With close proximity to Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary, this trail cries out to the adventurous driver seeking heart-pounding thrills. Whether attempting to check off your Jeep Badge of Honor or just hoping to further your offroad skills, Windrock 26 is a must-do trail.
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