3.5 Miles Loop System 2.9 Total Climbing Miles  1,490' Max 13.6% Avg Grade
39.44 Climb Index 80% Singletrack 2.8 Total Descending Miles 1,243' Min 55.5% Max Grade

Overview: Standing Rock Trail was built upon a former pump house road bed, this trail begins just past the dam spillway and before the non-motorized boat ramp. It passes by Standing Rock and leads to a small picnic area and the two wooden bridges crossing both the wet weather creek, and the headwaters of West Leatherwood Creek. The trail is mostly level, wide, and a multi-use trail.

 Bluff Trail spurring off from and running above Sycamore Spring Trail, this rugged trail hugs the St. Joe limestone outcropping that rims the valley. The trail is steep at beginning and end, but mostly level, though narrow and rocky. This trail, featuring great views of the lake and valley, is favored by local mountain bike riders.

Sycamore Spring Trail begins on the opposite side of the dam and runs along the shoreline of the lake, crossing Sycamore Spring and heads to the wooden bridge crossing the head waters of West Leatherwood Creek. Abundant wildflowers line this trail in spring and summer. The trail is narrow, level for the most part, and follows an old fishing path. - Eureka Springs Parks and Recreation

Recommended Route: We will let you know

Rating: From what I have read it is a pretty easy trail but until we can get out there I can not say for sure.

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Trail  City  Length  Skill
Blowing Springs Bella Vista 6.5 miles Int
Hidden Diversity Rogers 16.5 miles Beg
Lake Atalanta Rogers 8 miles Beg
Lake Leatherwood Eureka Springs 20 miles Int
Slaughter Pen Bentonville 13 miles Int

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Eureka Springs, AR

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Arkansas Trail Rules

Ride Open Trails: Respect trail and road closures — ask a land manager for clarification if you are uncertain about the status of a trail.

Leave No Trace: Be sensitive to the dirt beneath you. Wet and muddy trails are more vulnerable to damage than dry ones. Don't cut switchbacks. Be sure to pack out at least as much as you pack in.

Control Your Bicycle: Inattention for even a moment could put yourself and others at risk. Obey all bicycle speed regulations and recommendations, and ride within your limits.

Yield Appropriately: Riders yeild to foot and horse traffic. Riders traveling downhill should yeild to ones headed uphill, unless signed for oneway or downhill traffic only.

Never Scare Animals: Animals are easily startled by an unannounced approach, a sudden movement or a loud noise. Give animals enough room and time to adjust to you.

Plan Ahead: Know your equipment, your ability and the area in which you are riding and prepare accordingly. Always wear a helmet and appropriate safety gear.