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Womble Trail Professional Review and Guide
"The Womble Trail, a 37-mile point-to-point with an 8 mile loop at its northeastern terminus, is one of the best single-track trails. The designers did a superb job here. Switchbacks are used to keep grades manageable, and the trail surface is uniform hardpack with a few rocky stretches. Even beginners will seldom have to portage, unless they are not in good enough physical condition to handle the climbs. This is a perfect trail for novices to experience their first taste of single-track. It crosses roads at regular intervals, giving new riders an opportunity to bail out if the trail proves too much for them. Rarely will you find a trail that traverses such rugged terrain and is still relatively easy to ride. This trail is located 7 miles northwest of Mt. Ida."
--Steve Henry, Mountain Bike! Ozarks (Menasha Ridge Press).
Excellent Trail, beautiful, but horrible fishing. 3 of us caught 1 fish the entire weekend.
this is a very nice and well kept trail; however, if you are looking for any kind of ride other than a cardio workout do not bother. other than riding the loop, which is north of the lake brakes are not even needed on this trail.
Sweet singletrack! Something for all levels. Bring ivy block it's every where along the trail. Best trail in the area!
great single track
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