White Rock Mountain Tour

Ozark, Arkansas

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Although the White Rock Mountain Tour is long, it is spectacularly beautiful and fun for riders of all skill levels. Beginners will enjoy the lack of rough terrain, while more experienced riders can attack the long climbs along the way. This 38-mile loop uses gravel or hard-packed roads for its entire length. All roads are in good condition and can be negotiated with little difficulty, leaving you free to enjoy the Boston Mountain scenery. Because of the long climbs on this tour, you should be in good physical condition before trying to ride the whole loop in one day. The vistas on this ride are incredible. This trail is located 35 miles southeast of Fayetteville.
Mountain Bike! Ozarks

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Mountain Bike! Ozarks

by Steve Henry (Menasha Ridge Press)

Although the White Rock Mountain Tour is long, it is spectacularly beautiful and fun for riders of all skill levels. Beginners will enjoy the lack of rough terrain, while more experienced riders can attack the long climbs along the way.

This 38-mile loop uses gravel or hard-packed roads for its entire length. All roads are in good condition and can be negotiated with little difficulty, leaving you free to enjoy the Boston Mountain scenery. Because of the long climbs on this tour, you should be in good physical condition before trying to ride the whole loop in one day. The vistas on this ride are incredible. This trail is located 35 miles southeast of Fayetteville.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Ozark
Distance: 38
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Season: While you can count on a few good riding days any month of the year in Arkansas, spring and fall are the best times to ride the White Rock Mountain Tour. Winter riding can be chilly, but it offers better views from the many ridges traversed by the forest roads on the loop.
Local Contacts: Ozark National Forest Boston Mountain Ranger District 501-667-2191
Local Maps: USGS Bidville, Cass, Delaney, St. Paul
Driving Directions: Directions to White Rock Mountain Tour

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May 2018