Bailey's Trail System

Baileys Trail System was selected as the first National Forest outdoor recreation conservation finance pilot project. The trail plan transformed a blank canvas into a world- class trail system that Rock Solid was selected to help construct. This unique trail system, slated to be 88 miles at completion, is connecting the small towns of Athens County, OH as it winds through the Wayne National Forest - a patchwork of public land that covers a quarter of a million acres in the Appalachian foothills.

The rolling hills, lush forest and abandoned mines create a distinctive terrain for mountain biking. To date, Rock Solid has built close to 26 miles of trail, ranging in ability from beginner to advanced, inviting riders of all skill levels to enjoy the experience. The trails include jumps and technical trail features, as well as rock armored sections constructed from both native and imported materials.

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