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bentonville trail guide
Slaughter Pen, Coler Preserve & Razorback Greenway

Razorback Greenway Map

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Our area’s two most famous trail systems have to be Coler Preserve and Slaughter Pen. You’ll find a variety of terrain that can accommodate all skill levels of riders at these locations. Coler and Slaughter Pen are most known for their flowy jump lines and technical enduro-style riding. Both areas contain shorter trails that can be ridden multiple times in a ride.

We’d encourage riders new to the area to check out All-American at the top of Slaughter Pen from a great intro to Bentonville. It’s a good warmup and gets you ready for bigger features in the slaugher pen 

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Back 40, Little Sugar, Wonderland, Blowing Springs, Tweedy Bird & Huntley Gravity Zone  

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Bella Vista is the place for exciting and epic cross-country riding. The Back40 (22 Miles Loop) and Little Sugar (25 Mile Loop) are the perfect area for our E-MTB bikes. The pedal assist can help riders with every level of fitness have a great time and get a great workout on these truly adventurous trails.

Blowing Springs is considered a great area for a quick ride that has the main features and beautiful forest setting of the Back40 and Little Sugar trail systems. It’s a great area to warm up and experience a taste of this excellent area.

Wonderland is our hidden advanced freeride secret, it’s worth the exploration if you love technical jumps and winding speedy descents. That’s the only clue we are getting.


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Lake Atalanta, The Railyard, Hobbs State Park 

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Hobbs State Park is an excellent choice for a rainy day or shortly after rain, the trails are similar to the trails in Bella Vista but are a bit less rocky. These trails are great for all ability levels and fitness levels. 

*Trails maps are courtesy of and OZ Ventures, LLC. We make no claim to Copywrite any of these materials and provide them as a reference for all. Use all of these maps at your own risk. These maps can also be found at most of the trailheads in the area. 

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