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    New question here. Directions to tsali

    Ok I have been looking but cant find any real good directions to the place I want an address so I can just map quest it can someone tell me or maybe give me a road closest to it

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    Directions to the Tsali Trailhead
    See the WNC Area Map for the location of Bryson City and Tsali. From Bryson City, NC, follow US 19/74 (Great Smoky Mountains Expressway) to intersection with NC 28 north. Follow NC 28 north about 3 miles to the sign for the Tsali Recreation Area; turn right. Follow this newly paved road to the campground and trailhead parking lot; park in the lot signed "Riders Park and Pay Here."

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    how many miles is the trail if I got both left and right loop? thanks for the info to bro I am guna try to figure out some time to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clvlc4door
    how many miles is the trail if I got both left and right loop? thanks for the info to bro I am guna try to figure out some time to go.
    Right loop is like a 11miles i think with a couple of overlook off shoot trails, and i think Left loop is about the same distance mile wise. they are open to bikes Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday

    Thompson (around 8mi) and Mouse (9mi) are the shorter Loops and are open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday

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    damn it I was hoping to ride both loops in one day I dont know if I ready for an 6+ hour ride

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    What, were you planning to ride them both TWICE?

    Its no 6 hour ride. You can ride Right-Left in 2.5 hrs easily. Generally is smooth fast singletrack. If you don't ride County Line Road back to the parking lot between loops, and just go Right-Left (or Left-Right).

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    OH ok cool I wasnt shure how the terrain was but if its fast then helllllllls yeah

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    well does anyone know the area code of the place so i can map quest it?

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    Area code is 828.
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    the city is Almond, NC if that helps.

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