Redbird Crest Trail For ATV Riding
The 4th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Kentucky.
Thursday 28 July 2016 04:12 GMT
East of London near Big Creek, the Redbird Crest Trail is a 65-mile loop trail open to ATV riding. The loop begins and ends near the Redbird District Office. The trail generally follows the ridgetops, with some portions being quite steep and rough. Some areas are so narrow that ATVs are not allowed and must take a road by-pass. The trail is marked with green-painted, diamond-shaped blazes spaced no further than 1/10 of a mile. Trail symbols are used at road intersections and as a reminder. Orange diamonds are currently being added to mark the trail for ATV use (This route is suitable for ATVs less than 50 wide). Intersecting trails will be identified with signs.
The ATV riding on the Redbird Crest Trail begins and ends at the Redbird District Office, about 20 miles east of London.
To reach the Redbird Crest Trail from the Big Creek exit of the Daniel Boone Parkway, travel east on KY 66 0.7 miles to junction with US 421 and KY 80. Proceed south on KY 66 0.8 miles to junction with US 421 and KY 80. Continue south on KY 66 1.7 miles to Redbird Ranger Station on the right. This route is near the Big South Fork recreation area.
Note: As of September 2007, ATV riding is prohibited on all Forest Service roads.
Overall, Redbird Crest Trail is the 4th most popular ATV riding trail of all 15 ATV trails in Kentucky. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Redbird Crest Trail including White Sulpher ATV Trail, Renfro OHV Route, Turkey Foot OHV Route, S-Tree OHV Route, Daniel Boone Trail System and Big Dog ATV Route.