Biggin Creek Bike Trail

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Charleston, South Carolina is called the low country because it is located in a relatively low-lying region that is close to sea level. This area is characterized by its flat terrain, marshy landscape, and numerous waterways, which are influenced by the ebb and flow of the tides. The term “low country” is also used to describe the broader coastal region of South Carolina and Georgia. Do to the nature of the landscape, finding steep ascents and descents to climb is difficult. That’s where Biggen Creek Trail comes into play.

The trails are well-marked and clear. The trail is shared with hikers, but it’s never too busy there. Plenty of safe parking. I’ve even parked at night and ridden without issue. There are a few side trails considered more dangerous, but nothing compared to a real mountain. It’s only about a 5-mile loop but well worth the visit if you are in the area and looking for a quick ride.

This trail is a local favorite if you want some actual downhill action. There are no jumps, but a few wooden features along the route. If you want a longer ride, but less hilly, try the Marrington Plantation trails for over 20 miles of terrain.

All Trails link for more information. Please don’t ride within 24 hours of rain or check out the Low Country Fat Tire Freaks Facebook page for up-to-date information.


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