Mountain bike and equestrian users can find plenty of trail riding opportunities at the Tsali Trail Complex. This trail system is popular with individuals and family groups that want a scenic and moderately challenging ride within the National Forest. Four multi-use trails, totaling approximately 40 miles of trail riding opportunities, are managed with an alternating trail schedule that keeps horses and bikes on seperate trails each day. Care should be taken in the woods during hunting season, and blaze orange clothing is recommended during any open hunting season.��
Please check the forest website for the most recent closures and openings.��
All visitors to the National Forests in North Carolina must display a valid pass at day use fee sites.��
If purchasing your pass on-site, no printed copy of the pass will be available. Instead, your license plate number will be used to confirm compliance.��
If purchasing a pass in advance, a printed copy of the pass is recommended for your vehicle as connectivity is limited.
This pass does not guarantee parking availibility. For your safety, please remember that parking outside of designated areas is discouraged, and visitors who park illegally may be fined and towed. This pass is valid until the site closing time of the date listed on the pass, and only for the date and vehicle specified for the pass.��
Passes are non-transferrable, non-refundable, not replaceable if lost or stolen, and are void if altered or reproduced.���