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Atlas Trail

 4.2 (22)

A new, and harder, loop to the already amazing Enterprise South Nature Park.

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1,016' 310 m


876' 267 m


492' 150 m


495' 151 m



Avg Grade (2°)


Max Grade (7°)

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Need to Know

The trail is daily directional.

To get to the trailhead, (coming from Black Forest Mountain Bike Trail) riders need to turn right when they hit the pavement that separates the Black Forest Mountain Bike Trail and TNT Mountain Bike Trail then go through the gate and cross the road. There is parking at the trailhead to riders can use this as the starting point rather than use the crowded main MTB parking.

If needed, there is a primitive outhouse at the start of the Sunday direction.


Atlas is NOT named after the VW Atlas SUV, but in a nod to the history of the area, which used to be an ammunitions plant. Atlas was a top powder supplier for the ammunitions. However, it's a happy coincidence, due to the fact that the SUV is made 1/2 mile away from the Nature Park. Locals refer to the Enterprise South Nature Park simply as VW.

This new 5.6 mile blue/black section is a welcome and progressive addition as the other three loops go from easy, to easy intermediate to intermediate. The only thing that really makes it close to a blue/black is the bypass-able jump options, some of the optional rock features, and some of the technical, short climbs. A competent intermediate would be challenged but not discouraged riding this trail.

The man-made rock features are piles of boulders next to the trail that a rider can huck over. As of May 6, 2018, the trail is still roughed in so there are a lot of roots, rocks and bumps that will smooth out as the trail gets worn in. This addition now gives riders a little over 17 miles of total trail with all four are connected and ridden as a contiguous track.


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Kennard Yamada

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  4.2 from 22 votes
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You'll cross over an oil pipeline that Runs from Texas through New York. 5,500 miles.
May 6, 2022 near Harrison, TN
Singletrack on a narrow spine.
May 6, 2018 near Harrison, TN
Atlas directional sign. M, W, F, Sa straight ahead from the gate
May 21, 2018 near Harrison, TN
Atlas directional sign. Tu, Th, Sun turn hard right after passing through the gate.
May 21, 2018 near Harrison, TN
Short break on Atlas before hitting second half.
May 18, 2021 near Harrison, TN
Pine needles become a green glade as the varying terrain traverses the changing ecosystem.
May 6, 2018 near Harrison, TN



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Sep 29, 2022
Robby Kokoszka
3 main trails + Atlas (Did not feel well after lol) 17.7mi — 3h 00m
Nov 30, 2021
Lou Hibbard
Did on a Tuesday, tc 5.5mi
Jun 27, 2021
Isabel Sullivan
First time caution, still exhilarating 5.6mi — 1h 08m
Jan 24, 2021
Jeannie Wentworth
Oct 2, 2020
Scott Pope
Nice trail. Not as much prep needed vs raccoon. Fun easy ride with plenty of features 10mi
Apr 9, 2020
Austin Martin
Nov 27, 2019
Holly Taylor
Awesomely fun trail with tons of flow and jumps. Great trail design SORBA!! 6.2mi — 3h 00m
Apr 27, 2019
Chris Seanard
Nice to have this long loop at ES. Felt like the same technical challenge as the other trails, except with longer inclines and declines. + Addition 16mi