(Photo Caption: Crystal Myers of Hot Springs (center) takes first place in the Rookie Category in Fort Smith race this Summer.) HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK, Arkansas — Categories for participation by rookie riders and riders using electric bicycles — e-bikes — have been added to the lineup for the Second Annual Güdrun Mountain Bike Festival…
Registration is now open for the Second Annual Güdrun Mountain Bike Festival, a three-day celebration November 13 – 15 of Hot Springs’ internationally acclaimed Northwoods system of bike trails. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, preregistration is required. Registration will be online-only until November 12. To register now, visit the brand new Northwoods website: http://www.northwoodstrails.org Click…
This is a green bidirectional trail that is a great connector from town into Northwoods Trails using both National Park Service property and the City of Hot Springs property.
The National Park Service, together with the City of Hot Springs and Visit Hot Springs, announce the opening of the new Pullman Trail. This 0.65-mile trail connects hikers and mountain bikers from downtown Hot Springs to the Northwoods Trails through a section of Hot Springs National Park. Parking is available at the trailhead, located at the end of Pullman Avenue.
Work begins Monday (February 10) on a new trail that will connect the Park Avenue Community in the northern part of Hot Springs to the phenomenally popular Northwoods Trail System. The project is a $104,000 grant from the Walton Family Foundation at the recommendation of Steuart Walton and Tom Walton.
The National Park Service has published a regulation allowing the park superintendent to permit bicycles on a 0.65-mile trail connection within the park. This new trail will connect hikers and bicyclists with an extensive network of recreational trails in the City of Hot Springs’ neighboring park.
An impressive new bike park that includes a skills section and a jump section will open at the Cedar Glades Trailhead of the Northwoods Trail System on Saturday, November 16, as part of the Güdrun three-day mountain bike festival in Hot Springs.
Hand cut, the old fashioned way, this rugged, exposed, and gnarly singletrack trail is not for the faint of heart. Expect lots of challenge and natural risks.
An alternative way to access Hub H from Hub F, this traditional singletrack takes in some of the best views from Bethel Lake, if you can take your eyes off the rocks and roots.
Building off Nighthawk this descending trail gives you flowy features to practice getting air and ripping berms before you graduate to Blue Jay on the big hill.