The Buckhorn Trail system is a 60-mile network of trails that lead riders, hikers, and cyclists through areas of the Lee Creek Unit of the Boston Mountain Ranger District. Two loops with interconnecting shortcuts wind through the Boston Mountains in northern Crawford County and offer riding opportunities ranging from beginner to challenging. The trails change from clay/dirt to very rocky sections and pass through the hills and valleys of a beautiful hardwood forest. The elevation changes from lower creek valleys to mountain top vistas with beautiful north Arkansas scenery at every turn. Look for such points of interest as the Devil's Kettle, Lee Creek Beach, Lee Creek Overlook, Ben Doodle Falls, the Steam Boiler, Yellow Jacket Ridge, Hart Creek Hollow, and technical spots called the Rock Garden, Slippery When Wet Hill climb, Tombstone Hill, the Three Toed Monkey, and the Fall Creek Trail. Pick up a free Motorized Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) or "Traveling the Backcountry" publication at the Boston Mountain Ranger District Oﬃce to help you know the designated routes. MVUMs are also available online at http://fs.usda.gov/osfnf and at no cost on the Avenza Map Store.
Vendor: US Forest Service R8
Primary Category: Recreation
Secondary Categorization: Biking, Off Roading
Size: 5.5 MB
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