Sycamore Cove Trail

At A Glance

Moderate

3.2 mi one-way

Steepness: Hilly
Tread Condition: Some Obstacles
Blaze Color: Blue
Trail Number: 143

This trail is located in the Davidson River area. For a list of all the trails in that area, see the Davidson River trails list page.

Rides That Use This Trail: Sycamore Cove

Description

Substantial climbs with technical, short but very rooty sections. A fun downhill with several creek crossings - on one the trail becomes the creek for a few dozen feet. Wintertime views of Brevard.

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Trail Segments

Trails are often made up of several connecting paths which may have different characteristics, allowed uses, and seasons. This trail is divided into multiple segments as follows:

Sycamore Cove - US 276 to Starnes Br.

  • Allowed Uses:
  • Length: 0.56 mi

Sycamore Cove - Starnes Br. to Grassy Road

  • Allowed Uses:
  • Length: 0.64 mi

Sycamore Cove - E Loop

  • Allowed Uses:
  • Length: 1.9 mi

Sycamore Cove Connector - Along US 276 to R Loop

  • Allowed Uses:
  • Length: 0.22 mi

Sycamore Cove Connector - Across US 276 to L Loop

  • Allowed Uses:
  • Length: 82 ft

Sycamore Cove Connector - Estatoe Bridge to L Loop Split

  • Allowed Uses:
  • Length: 60 ft

Total Calculated Length: 3.34 mi

This value is derived from our underlying map data, so it may not match officially published information.

Intersecting Trails

  • Art Loeb Section 1
  • Estatoe
  • Starens Branch
  • Grassy Road
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    Comments

    Steve Jutton said: To clarify - we connected with "Thrift Cove" on the way back to end up near the Ranger station - just north of the Davidson River Campground main entrance.
    Monday, November 4 2013 10:20pm
    Steve Jutton said: As advertised. Scenic hike in the woods. If you go counterclockwise, then the harder up & down part is mostly done. We took a slightly different route from Starnes branch and came out at the Ranger Station (small drive and parking area) slightly north of what's shown here.
    Monday, November 4 2013 10:17pm
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