Rocky Hill Ranch Trails Map
Within the loblolly pines of Smithville, Texas, you will find 25 miles of exhilarating trail! And it’s all sweet singletrack. Come out and enjoy top-notch mountain biking, trail running, and hiking.
Traditional Way Up
By taking Trailhead to Drop Zone to Grey’s Way to Fat Chuck’s you’ll be riding the route that most have ridden for years to begin their loops. This way allows you to taste the last bit of Fat Chuck’s Demise.
Easy Way Up
Take the road up through the Campground, through the bike-size gate in the fence and then follow the road a while. Keep going, past “The Wall” on the left, then veer left onto Mini-Me as it goes off into the woods. Take this across the Carpet Bridge onto the “Super Secret Switchback” trail straight ahead. After winding your way up, go straight across the Service Road to Water 1. That’s where the fun begins! Taking this route you’ll spread out the mile that is Fat Chuck’s Demise to more than 1.6 miles. It’s really much easier, sorta.
Fat Chuck’s Demise
From Trailhead enjoy the gentle slope as it meanders up Milk Jug hill. Then you’ll climb one hill after another of loose gravel and rock until you get to Fat Chuck’s headstone. Stop and pay yer respects before moving on to Water 1.
Tunnel of the Pines
An old Jeep road used as a connector for return routes. It is scenic and hilly. This route runs from Tunnel of the Pines to the southern end of West Fenceline.