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      Trail Steward: Jeff Ramsey

      Hours: Dawn till Dusk Tuesday through Saturday. Closed on Monday to let area rest, but open on major holidays that fall on Mondays. Closed Sunday mornings until 1:00pm for church service.

      The pavilion is open for use We have bathrooms and showers, check it out! Please do not park in the church parking lot or the area around the ONCOR transformer station.

      Check DORBA.ORG for trail status

      Current on property loops off of Ranger are:

      Dragonfly

      Crooked Tree

      Man Bites Dog

      I Can

      Texas Sunset

      SXSW

      All other trails are closed pending land status review.


      Big Cedar Wilderness Trails is located atop one of the most breathtaking escarpment areas in North Texas. Boasting the highest elevation in the city of Dallas, BCWT winds through cedar and hardwood forest and descends quickly into a valley in a dramatic elevation change. The valley consists mostly of mesquite trees and cactus. At this time, BCWT has ten+ loops ranging from beginner to advanced. They all come off and return to the main trail called Ranger (white). Each is marked by colored arrows. More trails are under construction.

      List of Trails in order: Posted levels of difficulty are will range according to each riders skill.

      Texas Sunset (Purple)...(this loop starts just to the left of kiosk. You can chose to do Texas Sunset first or last) Advanced

      Ranger (white) (This is the MAIN LOOP) Beginner - Intermediate-Advanced

      Blue Canyon (orange inside of white, it is part of the Ranger Loop) Beginner

      SXSW....South by South West (orange) Intermediate-Advanced

      Dragonfly (light red) Beginner

      Crooked Tree (green) Beginner

      Copperhead Ridge (yellow) Advanced

      Man Bites Dog (dark red) Intermediate-Advanced

      Highway Rim (yellow) Intermdiate

      Lower 40 (light green) Beginner

      Emerald Lake Loop (light orange) Beginner

      Death Valley (light blue) Intermediate

      Pack Mule (green) Intermediate

      I Can (Pink!) Beginner

      S.O.S (red) Advanced

      Barbwire(crimson red) Intermediate-Advanced

      FREERIDE TRAILS:
      M.U.T.T.
      CRAZY STAIN

      DIRT JUMPS:
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      Land Status: Private Property
      Parking google parking directions
      Access Info:
      Located on the property of Mountain Creek Community Church, 5950 Eagle Ford, Dallas, Texas 75249. From I-20 take Mountain Creek Parkway South to West Wheatland Road. Turn left on West Wheatland Road. Turn Left on Christie Lane (first Left). Turn Right on ISOM Road (first right). Go about 1 long block,Turn Left into NEW Parking lot through the gate. Look for the Trailhead sign. Park anyplace
      Disclaimer:
      Closed Sunday mornings until 1:00pm for church service and all day Monday.
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      Region Status
      Closed as of Jan 22, 2023
      Local Trail Association

      Stats

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      Trails (view details)
      12
      Trails Mountain Bike
      12
      Trails E-Bike
      11
      Trails Hike
      12
      Trails Trail Running
      12
      Total Distance
      9 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      3 miles
      Total Descent
      569 ft
      Total Vertical
      145 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      737 ft
      Reports
      6,820
      Photos
      95
      Ridden Counter
      7,914

      Photos of Big Cedar Wilderness Trails Mountain Bike

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      385 |
      Dec 15, 2021 @ 11:56am
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      Nov 11, 2021 @ 5:16pm
      Nov 11, 2021

      Videos of Big Cedar Wilderness Trails Mountain Bike

      cedarhill state park
      7:48 | 528 | Apr 11, 2016
      DORBA Fall Series XC Race 2 Big Cedar

      1:2:22 | 69 | Oct 10, 2022
      Ranger

      42:13 | 218 | Jun 3, 2022
      Barbwire

      13:47 | 153 | Jun 3, 2022
      I Can

      6:46 | 174 | Jun 3, 2022
      Dragonfly

      5:24 | 182 | Jun 3, 2022
      Big Cedar Wilderness Trail : Patriot Trail

      14:12 | 160 | May 11, 2022
      Big Cedar Wilderness Trail : SOS or Sting of...

      17:08 | 218 | Apr 27, 2022

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      user #3243319DeblaydenriddentrailTexas Sunset and 3 more
      Jan 23, 2023 @ 7:20pm
      Jan 23, 2023
      user #586850Azazel5addreportAccess Road and 31 more
      Jan 22, 2023 @ 4:52pm
      Jan 22, 2023
      user #586850Azazel5addreportAccess Road and 31 more
      Jan 22, 2023 @ 10:46am
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      user #586850Azazel5addreportAccess Road and 191 more
      Jan 22, 2023 @ 3:08am
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      user #2043344BP1977addreportAccess Road and 31 more
      Jan 15, 2023 @ 10:41am
      Jan 15, 2023

      Recent Comments

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      user #1214430nbhurstreportRangerNo, it's Oakleys. Not sure where else to post.
      Sep 17, 2021 @ 4:06pm
      Sep 17, 2021
      user #2043344BP1977reportRangerSomeone lost a pair of blue Shimano...
      Sep 17, 2021 @ 3:35pm
      Sep 17, 2021
      user #2735535Bobby-LillyreportCrooked TreeDry/Tacky Ranger lower 40 man bites and Tx....
      Jul 21, 2021 @ 11:06am
      Jul 21, 2021
      user #2735535Bobby-LillyreportCrooked TreePocket text that might make sense!! LOL
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      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Mountain Bike129 miles568 ft3 miles144 ft
      #880#460946,820134,576
      E-Bike119 miles541 ft3 miles144 ft
      #275#896,80383
      Hike129 miles568 ft3 miles144 ft
      #697#43116,80790
      Trail Running129 miles568 ft3 miles144 ft
      #699#4266,80785
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