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Green Loop

 3.8 (18)

4.9 Miles 7.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

381' 116 m

Ascent

-390' -119 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

8%

Max Grade (5°)

383' 117 m

High

253' 77 m

Low

Shared By Cliff Li

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An easy/intermediate level trail that is part of the Burns Park mountain bike trail system.

Cliff Li

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Description

This is one of the most popular trails in the Burns Park mountain bike trail system - it is the longest continuous loop and has a variety of terrain. Expect to experience everytrhing from easy, smooth singletrack to rock gardens and short, steep and rooty climbs. While this trail has easy sections, overall it is an intermediate trail and not for true beginners. There is a nice overlook of the quarry/golf course on the south side. There is also a really neat berm/levee on the east side that is framed by overhanging trees, although there is a new detour built that bypasses the berm.

The trail can be accessed from many locations - the BMX track, the BSA parking lot, the gravel parking lot up from the soccer fields, the gravel road by the golf course, or from the covered bridge.

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Oct 28, 2018
Yancey Dearinger
Oct 27, 2018
Holly Patton
Aug 26, 2018
Jeffrey Taylor
Jul 8, 2018
Jon Lee
Jun 27, 2018
Tim Donlan
Distance is incorrect on this app 5.7mi
Jun 8, 2018
Sean Griffin
May 17, 2018
Sam Greenwood
Apr 10, 2018
Joey Atkins

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  3.8 from 18 votes

#2

in Burns Park

#4173

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  3.8 from 18 votes
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#2

in Burns Park

#78

in Arkansas

#4,173

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2,760 Since Oct 9, 2014
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Austin Crawford
Little Rock, AR
Austin Crawford   Little Rock, AR
Had a great time riding the green trail. Over all it was a very flowing trail with some rock gardens Sep 12, 2017
I frequent this trail, but it's pretty rough on a hardtail. The Eastern half is far smoother and more fun. Oct 21, 2017

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