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    Best trail options considering the CONSTANT RAINFALL?

    I'm local to Atlanta but not nearly familiar enough with the N. GA. riding to know where to go considering the constant deluge. What are the best, fastest draining options? What stays open and doesn't get destroyed if ridden, if anything?

    I've got a new build finished and Thursday off so I could go a couple/few hours if need be but I know the whole region has been just hammered.

    Thanks for any suggestions!

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    Big Creek in Roswell is known to drain fast. They claim 'open 2 hours after rain stops'. However, its a relatively short trail system ~7 miles. I've ridden soon after rain and, on a whole, the trail does hold up fairly well.

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    Hmmm, after checking Chicopee, Blankets, Yargo and a few others close by, I just assumed Big Creek would also be closed. Good to know for the future, thanks.

    I ended up going to Camp Thunder, where it was damp but rideable considering the sand and gravel content.

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