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    Pinhoti - West of 75 - Any Advice

    I am considering riding the snake creek to East Armuchee section of the Pinhoti for the first time this Friday. Can anyone offer any advice? Reviews? Interesting facts?
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    http://www.singletracks.com/bike-tra...o-dug-gap.html

    Too lazy to repost my comments so I'll just link them instead.

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    Thanks for the link. However that appears to be a review of the adjacent section. Have you ridden the Snake creek to East Armuchee?
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    Linked the wrong section. Sorry about that.
    http://www.singletracks.com/bike-tra...creek-gap.html
    In general, the Pinhoti on the west side of Snake Creek Gap is less technically challenging than the 17 miles on the other side. That specific section lives up to that bill as well. I enjoyed it but it didn't have the "wow" factor that Snake-to-Dug had. It will still destroy your legs though if you aren't in good shape. Lots, of up and down. Another easier option in the area that people take is a loop called Pilchers Pond which you can add mileage to by heading up to the top of Johns Mt around the half way point.

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    Thanks. My fingers are crossed we will not get too much rain and I can still go.
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