Trails in the Jackrabbit Mountain Trailhead Area

Here is a list of all trails in the Jackrabbit Mountain Trailhead area.

Each trail has its own printable page with all the information and links, including (where available):

  • directions to the starting point
  • difficulty
  • length
  • elevation change
  • a map
  • photos from along the way, and
  • a detailed description and trail directions.

For general information about the Jackrabbit Mountain trailhead, see the Jackrabbit Mountain Trailhead page.

Need to find trails by another method? Go back to Trails.

Burnt Tree Peninsula Trail

  • Some tight and sharp turns; some whoop-te-do's near the beginning. Travels through a young forest of mostly pines and oaks; looks recently burned.
  • 1.0mi, Climbs Gently, Some Obstacles

Burrell Cove Trail

  • Lots of dirt jumps (whoop-te-dos) and small unavoidable technical features. No major climbs; only a few ups-and-downs. Provides access to SABA Beach.
  • 1.7mi, Few Hills, Some Obstacles

Central Loop Trail

  • No unavoidable obstacles. All-access trail to other optional trails. Provides glimpses of the lake at times but the side trails take you closer. Mostly smooth singletrack with a few sections on reclaimed logging roads. The steepest section - although...
  • 3.1mi, Few Hills, Some Obstacles

High Point Trail

  • Steeper trail with more rocks than others at Jackrabbit Mountain. Winds around the top of the hill - even though it looks like a trail with a loop attached on the map, the sides don't actually join (they're about 5 feet apart) and it is a single...
  • 1.0mi, Climbs Moderately, Moderately Rough

SABA Beach Trail

  • Narrow, tight, twisting thru pine trees. Nearly level. Provides access to SABA Beach. Highly recommended if you're on Burrell Cove.
  • 0.7mi, Few Hills, Moderately Rough

Sneaking Creek Trail

  • Open and flowing "lollipop" loop with a few short climbs and descents, a covered bridge, and optional features. Longest trail at Jackrabbit Mountain. At the "tip" of the loop, you're only about 1/10 mile north of the GA state line.
  • 3.2mi, Few Hills, Some Obstacles

Upper Ridge Trail

  • Small obstacles such as rock crossings and tighter turns. Has a few short climbs and descents. You'll hear other hikers and riders below you on the Central Loop, which is not far down the slope from you at most times.
  • 1.5mi, Few Hills, Some Obstacles

Yotee's Run Trail

  • Great views. Has a bit more ups-and-downs and rocky areas than some of the other trails. Travels through some neat, open woods on the east side of the hill. Seems to get less use, so it's a bit narrower too. Provides access to High Point trail.
  • 1.5mi, Few Hills, Some Obstacles