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The Fayetteville Traverse is a flowy intermediate singletrack with berms and man-made rock gardens.


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Map Key

4.0

Miles

6.5

KM

Singletrack

1,643' 501 m

High

1,239' 378 m

Low

419' 128 m

Up

413' 126 m

Down

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

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Description

Singletrack that will eventually connect Kessler Mountain with Centennial Park. Similar to the Fayetteville Traverse segment at Centennial Park, it has berms and a few man-made rock gardens. It currently connects Serpentine with Rock City Trail or S Smokehouse Trail.

If you start on Serpentine, it flows downhill. You can connect to Rock City Trail for a technical, rocky climb up to Eggbeater to make a CCW loop.

Even better, continue south on Eggbeater and connect to Western Myth and Spellbound. You can also connect with S Smokehouse Trail which continues downhill to Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Cross MLK Blvd and connect back to Fayetteville Traverse at Centennial Park.

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Shared By:

Justin Weiss

Trail Ratings

  4.2 from 6 votes

#10268

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  4.2 from 6 votes
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Trail Rankings

#427

in Arkansas

#10,268

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Serpentine - Traverse intersection
Oct 3, 2020 near Farmington, AR
Travers Fay. North Side of Kessler. Great switchbacks. This is the tightest switchback off a down hill slope I hav ever seen!
Sep 15, 2021 near Farmington, AR
Rock Garden on Fayetteville Traverse/Kessler Mountain.
Oct 3, 2020 near Farmington, AR

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