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McCreary County Kentucky Bike Trails

Yellow Cliff OHV Route

Stearns Ranger District, Daniel Boone National Forest

Length: 2.2  miles 

This trail is considered easy, with flat to gently rolling terrain. Riders will need to be alert for two narrow passages (dry land bridges) with vertical drop-offs on either side. These sites offer beautiful views but must be crossed while under control and with caution. Riders must stay on designated route, cross country travel is not allowed. Widening of the route and going around obstacles or problem areas is not allowed.

The route begins at Forest Development Road (FDR) 68 and ends at an old cemetery and pond.


From US 27 just south of Whitley City, Kentucky, take KY 92 west for approximately 11.2 miles, crossing the Big South Fork River to County Road 69 (Cowhorn, Stallion Fork, Jones Hollow sign). Turn right onto 69 and follow 69 for .6 miles, taking right fork onto County Road 650, (which becomes 651 at Stallion Fork) Follow 650 & 651 for 3.8 miles, then take the right fork onto FDR 68 for 2.3 miles. Trailhead is on the left.

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