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Dungannon, Virginia

25 mi   gravel

River Road and Hunters Valley

Gravel route on W Port Ave, Dungannon, Scott County, Virginia

"Leaving the Dungannon Clinch River launch area, the ride starts with a 2.8 section of pavement. River Road transitions to gravel for the next 6.38 miles. The west of of River Road has a nasty climb near the end of the gravel segment. The paved descent has several tight switchbacks. This paved section also has a short section on the busiest road of the route. This area also has alternative parking if you would prefer to start the route on the west side. After 5.63 miles of pavement in Fort Blackmore the route makes a right onto Hunters Valley East. The next 5.97 miles are rolling gravel. Some parts are hard packed, some loose gravel, with several potholes and water drains to watch out for. The road becomes paved for 2.14 miles then back to gravel for .68 before reaching the intersection with Route 72. This can be another busy road but your only 1.27 miles from the finish."

7 mi   gravel

State Rte 619

Gravel route from Greens Chapel Ln to State Rte 619, Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Virginia

"was a mix of fairly washed out slopes with sections of loose 3/4 stone in September 2018. Somewhat challenging for a large motorcycle, 2up"

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135 mi   gravel

State Route 659

Gravel route from Twin Springs Rd to Water Plant Rd SW, Norton, Scott County, Virginia

8 mi   gravel

Jeff’s Forrest Rip

Gravel route from State Rte 664 to Hunters Valley East Rd, Dungannon, Scott County, Virginia

"Sweet gravel road through Jefferson National forest. Passes by the little Stoney Falls and puts you out not too far from the Devils Bathtub. Good for duel sport, hiking, and even Jeeps. "