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5Mile

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One of the go-to-loops on Camp Robinson.


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Map Key

5.7

Miles

9.2

KM

Singletrack

603' 184 m

High

523' 159 m

Low

347' 106 m

Up

346' 105 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

8%

Max Grade (4°)

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Description

5Mile connects to the parking lot and contains a good mix of the trails on Camp Robinson. That is, if you can ride 5Mile, you ride just about anything on Camp. There are few 'vistas' if you know where to stop and look. You can see Pinnacle Mountain from a few points on the trail when the leaves are off of the trees. This is a must-know trail for all who use the trails at Camp Robinson. It is rarely unrideable and dries quickly after a rain.

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Bryan Shipman

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  4.1 from 7 votes

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Many great rides start like this
Aug 30, 2014 near Maumelle, AR
Rock Bridge on the reroute of 5Mile just before it meets back up with the old trail.
Aug 29, 2014 near Maumelle, AR

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Dec 1, 2019
Jonathan Wells
fun trail. multiple stops for photos and to check path. overall hilly with a few rocky sections. nothing too difficult. 5.7mi — 0h 59m
Apr 6, 2019
Jason Johnston
Sep 16, 2018
Sean Licari
Nice mix of trails. Fast and flowy with a couple of rocky sections that make you pay attention.
Dec 23, 2017
Jordan Beard
Jan 9, 2017
The Amateur Adventurers
Started our ride here. Fun loop to get started, but enjoyed some of the further out trails a bit more. Still worth checking out though! 5.7mi
Oct 8, 2016
Curtis Rainwater
Jul 14, 2015
Steve Arrington
Jun 21, 2015
Steve Arrington