THREE RIVERS LAND TRUST OUTDOOR CHALLENGE
Moore county trek spots
How it works
When you visit Moore County to complete your Challenge miles, don’t forget to log your activity on our event page at runsignup.com. When you submit your results and log your activity, make sure to add in the comment section that you completed a trail or paddle at a preferred County Trek Spot! This will make you eligible to win the top spot for Most Adventurous Challenger, given to the individual who travels to the most County Trek Spots across the state!
Let’s get social
Be sure to tag us on social media when posting pictures from your adventure with the following hashtags: #TRLToutdoorchallenge, #milesforconservation, and #TRLToutdoorsMooreCo (use this tag specifically for your Moore County adventures!)
bear creek paddle trail
Address: 101 NC-705, Robbins, NC 27325
GPS Coordinates: 35.44097700″N, -79.58934800″W
For a 3.6 mile paddle, put in at the Hwy 705 access and take out at Reynolds Mill Rd. access. For a full list of paddling options on Bear Creek, click here.
The Bear Creek Trail System is over 8 miles of trails located along scenic Bear and Cabin Creeks. Map kiosks at intersections and the main trail heads provide info on different loop hikes, distances and difficulty. Start your hike at the Elise or Water Plant Trail Heads. Follow the “Super Loop” arrows for a 6.5 mile hike involving all trails in the system. To see a map of these trails, click here.
RESERVOIR park trail system
Address: 300 Reservoir Park Rd., Southern Pines, NC 28387
GPS Coordinates: 35.214488″N, -79.4062313″W
Details: Explore 12 miles of hard- packed sand trails, including a 2-mile scenic reservoir loop and a 3-mile Mill Creek loop, all part of the Southern Pines Greenway Trail System.
For a detailed map of the Southern Pines Greenway System, click here. This map has a detailed legend that indicates which activity (hiking, biking, etc.) each trail accommodates.
Weymouth woods sandhills nature preserve
GPS Coordinates: 35.147353″N, -79.3711847″W
For a detailed map of the Weymouth Woods Trails, click here.
More Info: If you start your hike at the Weymouth Woods Sandhills Nature Preserve (4 miles) and continue your across E. Connecticut Rd. to the Boyd Tract trails, you can extend your hike another 1.5 miles by starting on the equestrian trails off of Connecticut Rd, then hopping over and finishing on the Boyd Tract hiking trails. Click here for a map of the Boyd Tract and how it connects to Weymouth Woods.
204 East Innes Street, Suite 280 Salisbury, NC 28144