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.
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.
Between all the jumps of Blue Jay and Lucky 13 we snuck in this pump-and-bump descent to give riders one more way to boogie down.
A singletrack connection from Hub P to Hub R. Use this trail to return o Hub W and climb back to Hub O for more gravity runs, or pop out to Hub R to return to the Waterworks Trailhead.
This trail climbs to the top of Hub O where you have the option to turn around or flow down Cats Meow.
Your expressway back to the Waterworks Trailhead. This rolling, pumping, wider singletrack lets you get one more in before the ride ends.
This flowing descent offers a narrower tread than Blue Jay and tighter features. Expect to get playful as you zip through the trees.
The gateway to the eastern side of Northwoods, this is a wider rolling singletrack that climbs to the Razorback Ridge gravity Hub O.