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Can O' Corn

 4.0 (3)

2.2 Miles 3.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

96' 29 m

Ascent

-94' -29 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

436' 133 m

High

359' 110 m

Low

Shared By Bryan Shipman

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Can O' Corn has a little flow and a unique character.

Bryan Shipman

Dogs Unknown

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Description

NOTE: Can O' Corn can be ridden in either direction however, this description starts with Merlin. This is the extended version of Can O' Corn, connecting Merlin to Dogwood.

At the intersection of Merlin and Shipwreck, Can O' Corn starts just on the other side of the pipeline. This section of trail is new and does not have a lot of flow. It is fun to ride but thank God it is short. During the winter months, this section can be a bit muddy. Once you clear the new section and enter the old Can O' Corn near West Boundary Road, the trails flows a bit like a roller coaster and this short section is one of the most fun on Camp Robinson.

The trail then settles in and provides a fast bed of singletrack as you work your way toward Dogwood. The trail crosses a few small creeks which have a rocky bed and while they may have water, they are not muddy. Then the trail turns west and enters a low area with thick brush that provides a nice corridor while you hammer. Bridges have been added to the section to save you from riding through big seasonal waterholes. after the bridges, the trails enters the woods again as you pass an old homestead. There are a few spots that can be muddy during winter months just before you arrive at Dogwood.

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  4.0 from 3 votes

#10

in Camp Robinson

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#132

in Arkansas

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