This scenic trail provides Atlanta bikers with a great challenge. Over 15 miles (25 kilometers) of single-track trails run along river banks, railroad tracks, and scenic overlooks. Over 200 miles (322 kilometers) of shoreline were created when Georgia Power dammed Allatoona Lake in 1950, and the densely-forested area supports a wide range of wildlife, often visible from the trails. A wide range of topography is offered for advanced riders, including a trek that skirts a 30-foot (nine-meter) wide waterfall where Blankets Creek empties into the lake.
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