Northwest Arkansas: Mountain Biking Gold Mine
- Back 40 Trails, Bella Vista: Wind through wooded areas, past bluffs, caves and waterfalls, and down to the shore of Lake Ann.
- Blowing Springs Trail, Bella Vista: A six-mile loop takes you past bluff faces and trickling streams, and connects to Slaughter Pen trails in Bentonville.
- Slaughter Pen Mountain Bike Park, Bentonville: The urban off-road bike park has clean flow, major downhills and plenty of berm.
- Coler Trail: About a mile west of downtown, Coler Trails feature multiple flowy jump lines and challenging technical rocky sections that culminate near the top of a mountain.
- Sager Creek Mountain Bike Trail In Siloam Springs: The five-mile trail runs along Sager Creek, opening into two trail systems around the John Brown University campus.
- The Railyard Bike Park In Rogers: Equipped with world-class dirt jumps, wooden ramps and a ride-thru railroad car, The Railyard’s downtown location provides quick access to restaurants and pubs.
- Lake Atalanta In Rogers: Ten miles of easy, intermediate and expert bike trails include fast singletrack with a view, swooping bridges and gravity cavities.
- Hobbs State Park Trails In Rogers: Nestled in a thick patch of pine trees, lined by native flowering plants, these trails provide some of smoothest riding in the state and are your best bet if the weather is wet.
- Fitzgerald Mountain Trails: Near Bayyari Park in east Springdale, these first miles of trail feature natural rock formations and premium-cut singletrack geared toward intermediate to advanced shredders.
- Lake Leatherwood Gravity Trails in Eureka Springs: New downhill feature-packed trails are guaranteed to elevate your adrenaline without forcing you to endure the payback of pedaling back up the mountain thanks to an easy shuttle route.
- The Great Passion Play: With its Christ of the Ozarks statue, the Passion Play in Eureka Springs has completed the first phase of mountain bike trails on its 700-acre wooded complex.
- Mitchusson Park: Huntsville’s mountain bike skills course boasts cool stunt features designed to mimic natural elements found in the region. The centerpiece is an “s” shaped pump track.
- Pension Mountain: Berryville’s Pension Mountain has mixed-use trails that are open year-round and set in a rugged Ozark mountain setting.
- City Lake Park in Siloam Springs: Three miles from downtown, find three intermediate-level trails: Simon’s Descent (flow trail), Wango Tango and Gatsanula, and a beginner’s trail called Osage Flats.
- Thunder Chicken in Springdale: In search of a trail with singletrack, flow, jumps, rollers, berms and drops and then some? With a convenient location off Interstate 49, Thunder Chicken has all the bells and whistles.
- Lake Fayetteville Trails: Seven miles of mostly flat trails around the lake in urban Fayetteville connect to the Razorback Regional Greenway.
- Kessler Mountain: Technical rocky singletrack and hand-cut lines aren’t for the faint of heart. These trails wind around rock formations and hillsides with expansive views of the Fayetteville city skyline.
- Lincoln Lake Trails: Seven miles of hand-cut singletrack surround Lake Lincoln with plenty of scenic overlooks and rock formations.
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