There’s plenty of steep action, up and down, on this 4+ rated trail, along with a bit of Pike County history. From the “living room” you can see across the Mississippi River to the Missouri side some eight miles away. But don’t let the calm view fool you, there is plenty of tough trail ahead. The first climb up a rock ledge is just a warm up as you head for the drop loop and Sled Hill. If you make the Spinny Hole and the long steep climb that follows, then Lunchbox Hill might give you a thrill as your left front tire goes skyward. Deer Run and Bogger Hill add to the excitement and Rocky Road is always a challenge, up or down. Be prepared for Twist and Shout as the notches always claim a victim or two. You will use the skinny pedal often, especially if the rain has prepared the hills for some mud action. Atlas Trail — chosen by few, enjoyed by those who dare.

Man on Atlas Trail
Jeep on Atlas Trail
Jeep on Atlas Trail
Jeep on Atlas Trail
Jeep on Atlas Trail
Jeep on Atlas Trail
Jeep on Atlas Trail
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