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Spadra Creek Trails

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Length

7.6 Miles 12.3 Kilometers


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Singletrack

Elevation

315' 96 m

Ascent

-311' -95 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

16%

Max Grade (9°)

420' 128 m

High

341' 104 m

Low

Conditions


Unknown

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A variety of terrain.

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Overview

This is not a good trail to ride during wet conditions.
Features: -none- [Add/Remove]
Family Friendly: Some of this trail is a paved multi-use trail.
Dogs: Leashed

Description [Suggest Changes]

Easy access on the south end of the loop off the west side of Crawford Street just north of the interstate. There is a narrow single lane street next to an ABANDONED Wendy's (not the one in use) that leads to a small parking area at the end of the trail near the bridge.

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Apr 21, 2018
Steven Wyatt
Trails in great shape. 8mi
Apr 5, 2018
Richard Alewine
Cherry street loop has several fun features made by ppl. 6mi
Jan 27, 2018
Kyle Pierce
Lots of new stuff built made it very enjoyable! Highly recommend. Lots of thorns, recommend tubeless tires and to not go when it is wet. 8.4mi
Jul 21, 2017
Joshua Drinkard
fun mix of rolling flowy singletrack and a sprint straightaway. ..easy to grab lunch in downtown
Jun 12, 2017
Steven Wyatt
Trails in great shape. 10.1mi
May 23, 2017
Steven Wyatt
Trails in good shape , a few wet spots. 9.5mi
May 18, 2017
Steven Wyatt
All clear 9.9mi
May 14, 2017
Steven Wyatt
Trails are clear of all storm damage. Enjoy the ride. 11mi

Trail Ratings

  4.3 from 6 votes

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in Northwest AR

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