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Green Mountain Road

Point 18 Details
3 Hiking/Biking Trailheads, Back Country Roads

2.6 mi. between 17 & 18

syllamo mountain bike trails
Over 50 miles of mountain biking and hiking trails

Directions - The best way to find Green Road is just watch for that 3 miles from Point 17.

Road Names - Green Rd., Stone CR-96, FSR-1113, on some maps Green Mountain Road.

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green road entrance to syllamo mountain bike trails
Green Road at Highway 5. Note the brown trail sign on the right.

Where Does It Go? - Access to 3 trailheads for the Syllamo Mountain Bike Trails & Hiking Trails. Connects to the Forest Roads Loop in 7.6 miles.

What Is It Like? - Green road passes by several hunting camps on private property. You'll also see Townsend road, which also goes to private property. You can drive this road in a regular sedan. The road is carved into steep hillsides as it follows a long ridge line. It climbs in elevation most of the way.

For Biking, Hiking, Walking -  Three nice trailheads all have gravel parking lots with Porta-Pottys. The White River Bluff trail is 1.3 miles down the road, Scrappy Mtn. trail is 3.8 miles, and the Bad Branch trail head is 5.6 miles down Green Road. You can hike or bike on any of these trails.

Mountain Biking - If you want a serious mountain bike run, this is the place. There are 50 miles of trails in the Syllamo Mountain Bike trail system (most of them single lane) in a stack of 5 loops. There are other locations where you can access these trails. We highly recommend taking the time to get the Forest Service map of these trails. The maps are available from the Ranger Station in Mountain View.

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