SORBA-Chattanooga Seeks Your Support for Expanded Bike Access at Lookout Mountain
In Chattanooga, Tenn., the National Park Service is considering multi-use trail conversion that could provide a vital bike corridor from downtown Chattanooga to the Lookout Mountain trail system.
Take Action! Use the NPS comment form to submit your input. Don't delay -- the commentary period ends April 8.
SORBA-Chattanooga suggests these talking points -- feel free to restate them in your own words.
- Alternative C offers expanded access to bicycles and brings a unique combination of recreational opportunities to visitors formerly accessible only by foot or car.
- Mountain biking is a popular activity with children and youth bringing mountain bike access to the Lookout Mountain Battlefield will attract a younger demographic to the park. This will help to foster a love for the great outdoors and our National Parks.
- The Southern Off Road Bicycling Association-Chattanooga (SORBA-Chattanooga) has a long standing volunteer commitment to trail maintenance and education.
Multi-use trail conversion at Lookout Mountain Battlefield could be a vital asset to the local trails community. Your comments in support of Alternate C, specifically Jackson Gap and Jackson Spring trails, are critical in securing mountain bikes access.
Read additional information published by the Lookout Mountain Conservancy group.