Tsali has the best known trail network in the Southeast for mountain bikers, and its popularity is well justified. There are four trails, two of which are over ten miles, two of which are around seven miles. The trails are available on alternate days, so that horseback riders can use the trails a few days a week. The best trails - the two longer loops - are open for bikers Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. There is a $3 parking fee. The trails skirt along Lake Fontana, and they have few technical sections - these trails are made for speed, not root jumping. There are long stretches of downhill that will get your adrenaline pumping like a roller coaster. You may also see wildlife - on my trips there I've seen dozens of deer and even a bobcat. Visit http://www.mtbikewnc.com/ for directions and information. For a good meal afterwards, go to the Jarrett House in Dillsboro for a huge, all-you-can-eat, Southern-style meal. Happy riding.