Raccoon Mountain Project
The Raccoon Mountain Trail system is being developed by the Chattanooga Chapter of the Southern Off- Road Bicycle Association in partnership with TVA, supported by Outdoor Chattanooga and with technical assistance from the National Park Service Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance program.
We need your help to build and maintain the trails!
Please abide by the rules of the trail:
  • Control your speed
    • Bikers yield to hikers, downhill yield to uphill
  • Leave no trace
    • Avoid riding on wet trails
    • Stay on the trail: Do not free-ride off the trail, shortcut, or work-around
    • No skidding, no kidding!
    • Pack out what you pack in
  • Be safe:
    • Plan ahead and let others know your plans
    • Wear a helmet and other protective gear (don’t forget the bug repellant!)
    • Carry plenty of water and a snack
  • Be responsible:
    • Avoid disturbing the flora and fauna… it is their home!
    • Mountain biking is a vigorous and demanding outdoor activity: It can be dangerous if not done conscientiously.
    • Be careful, and know your limits: You use these trails at your own risk.
  • Enjoy and appreciate the woods. Remember, they belong to our grandchildren.
Join us for trail work!
Raccoon Mountain is open durling daylight hours.  Visit www.sorbachattanooga.org for information on special organized evening rides.  Parking is available at all trailheads.  Park in assigned spaces only and do not park on the grass.  Please lock your vehicle and do not leave valuables in your car.  For more information and to confirm work day details, please contact
Alan Johns, SORBA Trails Director,
Printing provided by
 Outdoor Chattanooga
Philip Pugliese, Bicycle Coordinator
423 643-6887
DIAL 911
800 839-0003    423 751-3783
Thanks to Bikes Belong for their generous support!