Huckleberry Mountain Horse Trail

Logan County, Arkansas

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Huckleberry Mountain Horse Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Logan County, Arkansas. It is 0.3 miles long and begins at 2,213 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 74 feet.
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Huckleberry Mountain Horse Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Logan County, Arkansas. It is 0.3 miles long and begins at 2,213 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 74 feet.
Activity Type: Hiking, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Trail Running, Walking
Nearby City: Logan County
Distance: 0.3
Elevation Gain: 74 feet
Trailhead Elevation: 2,213 feet
Top Elevation: 2,213 feet
Driving Directions: Directions to Huckleberry Mountain Horse Trail
Elevation Min/Max: 2139/2213 ft
Elevation Start/End: 2213/2213 ft

Huckleberry Mountain Horse Trail Professional Review and Guide

"This 34-mile trail system offers cycling for riders of all skill levels in its two loops. Wandering over the shoulders and summits of Mount Magazine and Huckleberry Mountain on 5 miles of gravel roads and 29 miles of old logging roads and wide ATV tracks, the trail shows the best the Ozarks have to offer, from high mountain vistas to cooling stream fords in deep hollows. These trails are located 40 miles west of Russellville.

The Huckleberry Mountain Loop, marked with orange blazes and Carsonite posts, is much tougher. Riding its entire perimeter gives bikers an 18-mile loop, with several challenging climbs and numerous crossings of Shoal Creek. A cut-off trail divides it into a more difficult and technical 15-mile western loop and a 9.5-mile eastern loop that is just challenging enough to give beginners a great ride. The Huckleberry Mountain Horse Trail has everything that makes mountain biking great."

Recent Trail Reviews

8/29/2006
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Very good diversity on this trail system for OHV use. Depending on the direction you choose, you can find trail for any level rider. Even though the trails are not marked by signs at every turn, if you get a map from the state park station, you'll have no trouble finding your way around. The trail system winds through some of the most beautiful scenery in Arkansas. Newly reconstructed trails in the nearby area make trail-riding feel like road riding. Great place!


6/9/2006
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this trail started off pretty good, then it got VERY confusing. when you got off one trail... you had to get on a gravel road and pick another trail... not very many water spots or creeks.... We will go back later and try it one more time....



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May 2018