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    Harbison SP Good for General Trail Riding?

    We are looking for new (to us) trails to ride. Can anyone tell me about Harbison near Columbia? Many years ago I lived in Columbia and while I was not into mountain biking at the time I do remember lots of sandy piney woods. How would you describe the trails there? Flat? Rolling hills? Roots & Rocks? Are the trails well marked? What trails there should we ride first?

    Thanks and,

    Happy Trails

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    Harbison is a mix of twisty single track and all out double track. There is only twenty something miles so ride it all. Go for Lost Creek or Spiderwoman for more twisteeeee fun trails.
    BS'ing less, riding more.

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    Oh and watch it when it is wet. . . total slop. Go to Manchester (close to Sumter) instead.
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    Harbison is a great place to just go ride hard. Nothing technical to worry about. Just hammer.
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    Manchester is better when it is a little wet. It gets too dry during the summer and the sand is terrible.

    The hiking only trails are a blast to ride. I did them by accident my first time there.

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