Are horses or motorized vehicles allowed on the Trails?


When are the trails open?

 Dawn to dusk. Anglers Ridge Trails do close at night per City regulations. The only exception is for approved night rides or runs. To find out about night rides and runs, check our facebook page!  

Is there a place to clean up?

 Yes!  There are bathrooms at Angler's Park and a bike wash just feet away! 

Do the trails close for weather?


The Anglers Ridge Trail system never closes for weather. Perhaps in extreme cases (hurricane, tornado, etc.) we suggest that riders avoid the trail. Otherwise, our trails are open. We don’t look down on or chastise anyone who wants to ride when it’s wet. We do ask that riders give back when it comes to trailwork days or volunteer on your own time, anytime.  

We are blessed with terrific trails that drain very well and recover from weather quickly. Local riders avoid the lowest trails like Riverside Drive and parts of Little Pisgah after heavy rains. Our higher trails ride well after rains particularly Crooked Stick, Hot Tamale, Anglers Ridge, Broken Arrow and Camelbak. 

We do ask that in extreme weather/flooding you respect the condition of the trails.



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