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Located in the north/central portion of the state, in the Sylamore Ranger District, is a 58 mile trail located just north of Mountain View, Arkansas. Four loops of the trail travel through old roads and up and down Ozark hollows taking riders along streams, ridges and the beautiful White River.

Primitive camping is allowed anywhere on Forest Service land outside of developed recreation areas. No permit is required. Campers are asked to keep campfires small and make sure they are dead out before leaving. Be especially careful of sanitary disposal and carry out all garbage.

Directions: From Mt. View, Travel north on Arkansas Hwy. 9 to the trailhead. Look for signage. This trail can be accessed from a variety of points.

Distance: 58 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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Ozark-St. Francis National Forests, Arkansas


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