The Crabtree Creek Trail in suburban Raleigh, North Carolina, is composed of seven segments: Alleghany, Buckeye, Crabtree Valley, Crabtree-Oak Park, Fallon Creek, Middle Crabtree Creek and North Hills. The segments range from 0.25 mile to just over 3 miles long, for a total of 12.15 miles for the whole trail system.
Dunn-Erwin Rail Trail is a 5 mile point-to-point trail located near Erwin, North Carolina and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for mountain biking, trail running & walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
From main building start off counter clockwise by crossing the road. You will start off on dirt path, but this is the best way to find single track at 1 mi. Single track does run out and last 1.5 mi is on greenway/bike path.
To me being a beginner this is a difficult trail with some very large hills. It is also very rooty on some trails. There is a skills area and some drop hills. It is run by the Town of Clayton with volunteer help.
Loblolly Trail Umstead State Park is a 3 mile out and back trail located near Raleigh, North Carolina that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running & walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
The Mine Creek Trail consists of five distinct segments: Bent Creek (paved), Inman Connector (unpaved), Ironwood (paved), Lake Park (unpaved), Sawmill (unpaved) and Shelley Lake (paved). The segments vary in length from 0.25 mile to nearly 2.5 miles, for a total trail system distance of 6.55 miles.
Various paved and unpaved trails that loop around and through art and nature exhibits. The Southern paved portion is the Reedy Creek Trail which connects to the House Creek Greenway Trail and is known as the scenic walking bridge that spans I-440 at Wade Avenue.
River Park North is a 8.9 mile trail located near Greenville, North Carolina that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for birding & trail running and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
The Walnut Creek Trail is divided into six segments: Lake Johnson (5.63 miles of paved and unpaved), Lower Walnut Creek, Lower Walnut Creek-Walnut Creek Park, Lower Walnut Creek-Worthdale, Middle Walnut Creek and Upper Walnut Creek. The Lake Johnson segment is the longest and it's the only section that has unpaved portions.