Bull Mountain Road

3.2/5 (7 reviews)
Dahlonega, Georgia (Lumpkin County)
Last Updated: 11/04/2021
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Trail Information

Highlights

One of many short off-road trails in the Blue Ridge district of the Chattahoochee National Forest, Bull Mountain Road is a very scenic forest service road that offers access to the Bull Mountain trail system, a 50+ mile trail system for horses, mountain bikes and hikers.

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Trail Reviews

3.2/5 (7 reviews)
Status: Open
Visited: 04/03/2022
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

A nice easy trail to get started with if you have never done this before, as I had never done this before. For a novice like me it is a good get-your-feet-wet trail. Short, enough uphill climb, winding, a few small bumps, but no real intensity. A good start.
Dave G.
Official Crew
17650
Status: Open
Rated 3/5
Visited: 11/04/2021
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Basic out and back trail. Road in good shape, parking lot is rough and rutted.
Trail Review: Bull Mountain Road - Dave G.
Status: Open
Visited: 08/13/2021

I live in the area an use this road on a regular basis. Nice short run. Wash outs are increasing with all the rain lately causing some large dips is you don't have high clearance. Always take care on the road for mountain bikers and horse trailers. The parking lot at the top provides access to horse and bike trails and is frequently busy on the weekends.
Status: Open
Rated 4/5
Visited: 01/07/2021

Cool simple trail if your new to trail running. Road is a bit narrow in areas so can be challenging if you run into another vehicle going the opposite direction. I recommend 4wd in the parking lot due to washout areas
Trail Review: Bull Mountain Road - william
Trail Review: Bull Mountain Road - william
Status: Open
Rated 4/5
Visited: 08/15/2020

Drove this on my way out to Nimblewill, road is in good shape except for two slight washouts. One about half way up the trail and another before the parking lot for Bull MTN. The washout near the parking lot is much worse. Neither were a problem in the Jeep but overtime they will degrade further. If you're driving to Bull MTN parking lot you may need more than a regular sedan to leave the parking lot.

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