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Rabun County Georgia Bike Trails

Stonewall Falls Mountain Biking Loop

Length: 8.0 miles
Rating: Moderate

The Stonewall Falls Mountain Biking Loop is comprised of a mixture of old US Forest Service roads, old logging roads, and single-track. The Saga Mountain lookout point provides an awesome view of mountains including Ranbun Bald (Georgia's second highest mountain), Standing Indian, Tiger Mountain, and Black Rock Mountain to the north. To the east you can see Screamer Mountain. To the west are Glassy Mountain and numerous other large mountains located in adjacent counties.

Stonewall Falls Mountain Bike Loop crosses Stonewall Creek four times and takes bikers by the beautiful Stonewall Creek Waterfalls. The 8.0 mile bike ride is rated moderately difficult and takes an average of two and one-half hours to complete. The elevation change varies from 1.875 feet to 2,380.

Start from the parking lot and ascend old forest service road for approximately two and one-half miles to the lookout point on Saga Mountain. From here the trail begins to narrow and ascends and descends around Crunkleton Ridge. From Crunkleton Ridge the trail splits and descends. Bikers may choose difficulty paths of single track. At approximately mile 5, the trail descends to the Stonewall Creek. Upon nearing the creek, continue easy biking for the next two and one-half miles while crossing the creek four times to the Stonewall Creek Waterfalls. From the waterfalls, turn left onto the old FS road and continue the loop for another one-quarter mile back to the parking area.

Directions from Clayton, Georgia:

Travel south on Highway 441/23/15 for approximately two and one-half miles and turn right onto the Tiger Connector. Continue for one mile to the four-way intersection in Tiger. Turn left (south) onto Highway Old 441. Continue for two and one-half miles and turn right onto US Forest Service Road #20. At one mile, turn right to go to the parking area or left to go to the waterfalls.

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