Sutton Bluff ATV Trails

Centerville, Missouri

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The Sutton Bluff ATV trails are a series of point-to-point trails totaling 20 miles in length. By tying the trails into forest service and county roads in the area, cyclists have many loop options ranging from three to ten miles or more. The trails are narrow ATV double-track. Most routes follow ridge lines or bottomlands in hollows, and the riding on these sections is very nice. The climbs between the ridges and bottoms present the challenge on these trails. They'll make you push your bike at times, but you'll love the descents. Most of the trail surface is good, but loose rocks and gravel from spinning ATV wheels make some climbs a challenge. In some areas, the double-track ruts out some, so your pedal might hit the ground on the down stroke. Beginners would have a tough time on these trails. These trails are located 15 miles west of Lesterville.
Mountain Bike! Ozarks

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Mountain Bike! Ozarks

by Steve Henry (Menasha Ridge Press)

The Sutton Bluff ATV trails are a series of point-to-point trails totaling 20 miles in length. By tying the trails into forest service and county roads in the area, cyclists have many loop options ranging from three to ten miles or more. The trails are narrow ATV double-track. Most routes follow ridge lines or bottomlands in hollows, and the riding on these sections is very nice.

The climbs between the ridges and bottoms present the challenge on these trails. They'll make you push your bike at times, but you'll love the descents. Most of the trail surface is good, but loose rocks and gravel from spinning ATV wheels make some climbs a challenge. In some areas, the double-track ruts out some, so your pedal might hit the ground on the down stroke. Beginners would have a tough time on these trails. These trails are located 15 miles west of Lesterville.

©  Steve Henry/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Centerville
Distance: 20
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Season: Spring and fall are the best time to ride these trails. If you ride in summer, you can cool off by swimming in the nearby Black River.
Local Contacts: Mark Twain National Forest Salem Ranger District 573-729-6656
Local Maps: USGS Oates, Centerville, Corridon
Driving Directions: Directions to Sutton Bluff ATV Trails

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