Fletcher Creek Trail #350
2.4 mi - Easy - The easy grade of this trail, combined with nice loop opportunities with other trails and the Fletcher Creek logging road, makes it a favorite for mountain bikers and horseback riders. Flat, grassy campsites and open fields also make it a good area for overnight camping. From the Hendersonville Reservoir Road, the trail climbs moderately for about ¼ mile, then drops moderately down to Fletcher Creek. From here the trail is wide and easy as it winds in and out of wildlife fields and hardwood forests. You will cross Fletcher Creek three times via rock fords. If you approach the wildlife fields quietly, you may catch a glimpse of a red-tailed hawk hunting from a dead snag.
Approximate Elevation Change: 300 feet
At a Glance
|Restrictions:||Multiple-use Trail: Hiking, mountain bike and equestrian use trail. Motorized use prohibited. Mountain bikes are prohibited in wilderness areas.|
|Operated By:||US Forest Service|