Trail Systems:

Lake Hickory

Overview

The Lake Hickory Trails are a local favorite for a great weekend loop or after work spin. With some punchy climbs and great views of the lake, you’ll earn your post ride beers!

Re-opened in the spring of 2018, the Lake Hickory Trails were completely overhauled and rebuilt by professional trail builder Terra Tek (the same company that built a lot of Rocky Knob). This $100,000 makeover was funded by community sponsors and individual donors.

The Lake Hickory Trails compirse of 3 main sections

  • The Hickory Springs Loop, a 1.5 mile beginner friendly loop, with easy access to the green-way.
  • The Broyhill Trail, a 4.3 mile intermediate loop with spectacular views of Lake Hickory, fast flowy burms and some great trail features that will keep you on your toes.
  • Skills Park and Rock n’ Road Pump Track: One of the biggest pump tracks in the region, as well as an advanced 1/8th mile jump line that will have you second guessing if you’re really still in downtown Hickory!

This trail typically closes for at least 24 hours following rain, see the Lake Hickory Trails Facebook page for the current trail status.

History & Background

Coming soon.

Directions

Traveling north from Hickory on Highway 321, turn right on Clement Blvd NW, then immediately left on 12th St Dr NW, stay to the right on 12 St Dr NW and continue straight to the Hickory City Park entrance on the left. (1515 12th St Dr NW, Hickory, NC 28601)

Trailhead on Google Maps: Geitner Trailhead

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