Mountain Biking Trails

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Womble EPIC Trail

Featuring 37 miles of singletrack winding through the Ouachita National Forest, the Womble connects to the Epic Ouachita National Recreation Trail at the northern point of McGill Mountain.

Ouachita National Recreation Trail

At 108 miles, the Ouachita National Recreation Trail is the longest mountain bike trail in the state. The ride presents a true adventure trip with beautiful views, steam crossings, and rugged terrain. Expect to do some hike-a-biking on this trail.

LOViT

Starting from one of Arkansas's popular destinations, Hot Springs, this IMBA Epic ride starts from the Little Blakely Dam and ends at Shangri-La Resort passing several resorts along the southside of Lake Ouachita.

Earthquake Ridge

One of the older trails in the state, Earthquake Ridge offers riders easy rolling hills, steep climbs and rocky terrain.Trailheads are located at the Forest Service Information Center on Scenic Highway 88/Talimena National Scenic Byway, just up the hill from downtown Mena.

Cedar Glades

Located just a few short miles from Historic Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs, Cedar Glades Park is home to one of the most diverse mountain bike rides in the Ouachita Mountains.

Iron Mountain

Some of the best-groomed mountain bike trails can be found at Iron Mountain on the south shore of DeGray Lake just outside of Arkadelphia. With more than 24 miles to cover, you would be hard pressed to find better riding anywhere in the state.

Fern Hollow

Starting near the tent sites of this timberlands park, the Fern Hollow Trail takes riders through rolling pine forest along the shores of White Oak Lake. This nine-mile trail is a great beginner ride or a fast sprint for the more experienced rider.

Camp Robinson Trails

Originally built by the Central Arkansas Recreational Pedalers, the mountain bike trails at Camp Robinson in North Little Rock are considered the crown jewel of the region for containing some of the best and most varied rides in the Little Rock metro.

Boyle Park

Boyle Park in Little Rock was one of the original parks built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, and many of the original structures are still present today. The variety of terrain found here means riders can mix it up for different challenges.

Burns Park

The multi-use trails at Burns Park in North Little Rock were among the early trail systems open to mountain biking in Central Arkansas. Accessible from the Arkansas River Trail and several bike/pedestrian bridges, 14 miles of trails can be easily reached from downtown Little Rock and North Little