A collection of all of these routes can be found on MVBC's RWGPS account.
Big Elk to Burnt Woods Loop
GW161 - Big Elk to Burnt Woods Loop (23 miles; 1900'; 94% unpaved).
This route is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, August 26th. It heads east past the hamlet of Harlan. It then takes the Sugarbowl Creek Trail segment of the C2C Trail to Shotpouch Road. The return journey climbs Strom Boulder Ridge before descending back to Harlan Road.
There are shorter and longer versions of this route, which is scheduled for Sunday.
Short: GW157 - Baber Ridge (from Big Elk) (28 miles; +2200; 100% unpaved)
Long: GW159 - Baber Ridge + Elk City (from Big Elk) (38 miles; +2565; 100% unpaved)
The route heads west and climbs Baber Ridge before descending to Harlan Road. The shorter version returns to Big Elk via Harlan Road. The longer version adds a 9.5 mile "out-and-back" to Elk City. Harlan Road has minimal climbing.
GW150 - Harlan Road - From Big Elk (38 miles; +930; 100% unpaved): This is an out-and-back route from Big Elk Campground to Elk City. Route distances can be anything up to 38 miles.
GW156 - Backroads of Harlan (up to 30 miles; +1370'; 100% unpaved): This route explores the roads in the area, avoiding any major climbs. Because it consists of several "out-and-backs" it can be modified to your preferences. The starting point for this route can be Harlan or Big Elk.
GW155 - C2C Trail Hike & Bike (Hiking: 4 miles; +1470'; Biking: 7 miles: +230', -1600'; 66% unpaved): This route uses a car and bike shuttle to hike a 4 mile segment of the C2C Trail just west of Big Elk Campground. The route is a 11.7 mile loop, with 4 miles of hiking (+1470') and 7.7 miles of bicycling (+230'; -1600').This route might be a good one to do on Friday.
GW162 - Big Elk to Toledo Loop (51 miles; +3150'; 60% unpaved). This clockwise loop travels from Big Elk Campground to Toledo via Hilltop and 1000 Line Road and returns via Elk City Road and Harlan Road.