Whether you're a seasoned professional or just getting acquainted with a bike, York County has a trail for every skill level! Discover your next favorite outdoor biking adventure below!


Mountain Bike Trails


Anne Springs Close Greenway

Located in Fort Mill, the Anne Springs Close Greenway has a number of mountain bike trails for both beginner and experienced bikers. For mountain bike paths, they are defined by a specific color and each trail has a marker for every quarter of a mile to provide reference points. Cyclists can use the mountain biking trails from either the Adventure Road or Blue Star entrances of the greenway. Everyone is at their own risk when using the biking trails and there will be no responsibility if bikes are damaged along the path.

Difficulty: For Intermediate to Advanced Cyclists


Walt Schrader Trails at Historic Brattonsville

Located in a 778-acre natural area, this 7-mile network of backcountry paths crosses land steeped in local history and tradition. This is a beginner-level trail is a favorite for those looking to get started on their mountain biking journey. 

Difficulty: For Beginner Cyclists


Worth Mountain Wildlife Management Area

Near the western border of York County is the Worth Mountain Wildlife Management Area, home to a number of mountain biking trails suitable for beginner cyclists. This 1.5-mile trail takes bikers up to the top of Worth Mountain and the Broad River. For nature-lovers, this area of land is the perfect place to take your bike riding skills!

Difficulty: For Beginner Cyclists


Baxter Village Trails

The Baxter Village subdivision of Fort Mill is home to 3.3 miles of trail length suitable for mountain bikers. It starts near the Baxter YMCA and ends near the Catawba River. This area has some parts with hills, ranging from easy to difficult, and stops throughout the path. For anyone looking to find a nice trail with some challenges, then it is highly encouraged to explore the Baxter Village trails.

Difficulty: 3 Levels of Varying Terrain 



Cycling Facilities


Rock Hill Outdoor Center

The cycling venues at the Rock Hill Outdoor Center offer Olympic caliber facilities for use by both beginner and elite athletes alike. Cycling amenities include a Velodrome, BMX Supercross Track, Mountain Biking Trails, Criterium Course, and a Cyclocross Course.





Central York County Route 1

Suggested Starting Point:
McCelvey Center – 212 East Jefferson Street, York, SC 29745

Distance: 50 Mile Loop

Difficulty: Moderately Strenuous, +1336 ft Elevation Gain

Along the Way:

  • McCelvey Center & The Historical Center of York County
  • The Peach Tree Orchard
  • Bush-N-Vine
  • Sylvia Theater
  • Historic Downtown York

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Reservation Route 2

Suggested Starting Point:
Rock Hill Municipal Parking Garage – 110 East Black Street, Rock Hill, SC 29730

Distance: 35.8 Miles Total (31.38 miles loop, 4.4 mile cut through)

Difficulty: Moderately Strenuous, +1145 ft Elevation Gain

Along the Way:

  • Catawba Cultural Center & Craft Store
  • Old Town Rock Hill
  • The White Home
  • Fountain Park
  • Swim, Bike & Run

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Kings Mountain Route 3

Suggested Starting Point:
Clover High School – 1625 State Highway 55, Clover, SC 29710

Distance: 38 Miles Total (26.63 bike loop with 11.37 mile out and back)

Difficulty: Moderately Strenuous, +573 ft Elevation Gain

Along the Way:

  • New Centre Park
  • Downtown Clover
  • McGill’s Store
  • Kings Mountain State & National Military Parks
  • Historic Downtown York
  • McCelvey Center & The Historical Center of York County

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Fort Mill/Tega Cay Route 4

Suggested Starting Point: Baxter Library – 1818 2nd Baxter Crossing, Fort Mill, SC 29708

Distance: 32 Miles Total (23.8 loop with 3.4 and 5.3-mile optional cut through)

Difficulty: Moderately Strenuous, +732 ft Elevation Gain

Along the Way:

  • Baxter Village
  • Catawba Park (future home)
  • Lake Wylie
  • Anne Springs Close Greenway
  • The Peach Stand

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Nimitz Route 5

Suggested Starting Point:
McCelvey Center – 212 East Jefferson Street, York, 29745

Distance: 22.25 Miles (out and back)

Difficulty: Moderately Strenuous, +825 ft Elevation Gain

Along the Way:

  • C & M Convenience Store
  • Historic Hill Mercentile
  • McCelvey Center
  • Downtown York
  • Downtown Sharon

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