This trail system is a network of winding single track that branch of off a power line utility road. The riding area is inside about a 15 square mile valley with the 150+ feet tall peaks on the outer perimeter. The trails are typical of Arkansas: mixed terrain made up of clay, shale, baby heads, roots, lots of creek crossings and occasional rock ledges to jump. This is good woods riding that will force you to ride with good technique or wipe out hard. Exploration is key, because finding the best single track and routes takes a little planning. All in all, some pretty fast, rocky, techincal trails, and plenty of them. An excellent place to better hone one's skill.
How to get there:
When in Fort Smith, head West on 540 almost all the way to the Oklahoma border. Exit on "Jenny Lind exit 13" and take a left (south) on Jenny Lind road. Continue on this road about 2 miles all the way to the end. You will be at a coudesac in Fianna Hills, a residential neighborhood. The trails begin at the end of the road. For a tour, call Billy at 479 648 1773 anytime.
Do not fear getting lost! houses and highways form the outermost borders.