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The north trail is a six mile loop, all fire road. wind mostly trough praire, with a few wooded groves. small hills and a few creek crossings. The south trail is four and half miles loop. It is all fire road starting in the praire, but ending in hilly woods near the Spring River. The Spring River trail is one mile long loop that goes through hilly wooded river bluffs. Trail is all single track with cut offs. Lots of roack and tree roots. The hill on the south west side had lots of small drops., larges four feet. A cut off conects with the South trail.
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Trail Directions
Eleven miles east of Avilla Mo. on Hiway 96. North trail is one quarter mile south on Hiway 97. Parking on east side of road. South trail is south on Hiway 97 for two miles, turn left on county road 2080, go for two miles and turn right for one half mile. Spring River trail is south on Hiway 97 for three miles, turn left on county road 2090, parking is at the end of the road.
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Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads

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Review Date
June 8, 2011

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Every few months

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Reviewed by: Geoffrey Evans ,  Weekend Warrior

I'm local to the area and have never biked the trails, but I have used them alot for hunting and running. The best one for mountain bikes would be the nature trail that runs along spring river. I wouldnt recomend going anytime in the spring or summer unless you want to get eat up with tick and chiggers. The trails are mostly used for horses, but if you didnt have to travel very far, they would be good on the bike.

Recommended Route:
Nature trail, starting from trail head located off of HWY 97 South of Hwy 96

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