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Angus Chute

Intermediate

Trail

1.1 mile 1.7 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 132' 40 m
Descent: -83' -25 m
High: 1,223' 373 m
Low: 1,126' 343 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 4% (2°)
Max Grade: 14% (8°)

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Trail shared by Lindsay Custer

A flowy section of singletrack that takes you from A St. to the top of Razorback Ridge.

Lindsay Custer

Electric Mountain Bikes Allowed

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Description

The beginning of this trail is a short section which is a great entry or exit point along A Street in Bentonville. The trail is steep in sections, so the downhill is fast and the uphill is a good climb!

The next section, after Razorback Ridge, is flowy trail that has a couple rocky sections but nothing too technical. It connects at multiple points to Razorback Ridge and even connects to The Urban Trail through a small section of the top of Razorback Ridge.

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Jul 4, 2019
Dave Hopkins
Apr 6, 2019
Vance McMurry
Mar 19, 2019
Danny Sullivan
Mar 15, 2019
Martin Asao
Nov 17, 2018
michael loch
Huge drop!!!! 1mi
Nov 10, 2018
Jason Dunderdale
Jul 17, 2018
Gene Kemp
Jul 9, 2018
Aaron Gardner

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  4.2 from 20 votes

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#30

in Arkansas

#832

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Sending it off the rock drop!
Nov 17, 2018 near Bentonv…, AR
The Bush Push start as seen from Urban Trail.
Jan 3, 2018 near Bentonv…, AR

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