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    Blowing Springs

    Have you been to Blowing Springs yet? After reading this it is now on my list for the next trip to NW Arkansas. Blowing Springs and a Run Across the Border Thanks Chris for the report.
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    Blowing Sprngs is great. Woody and the Progressive Trail Designs guys are doing a fantastic job. Make the trip. You won't regret it.

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    Only 2-3 times a week! Fast, flowy AND 10 minutes from my house "by bike!"

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    It is short, so multiple laps are in order, but the trail is one of my faves in NWA

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    Decent trail, but like most of the ones in the area, don't expect a technical challenge. It is "fast fun", but all the rocks and roots have been basically covered up and it rides like a dusty sidewalk. If you are in the area I say check it out, but I wouldn't make a special trip just for it.

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    BLOWING SPRINGS IS SICK!! I try to make it there at least once a month.. Theyve added some tabletops too... Badass trail. I love that place.. Ill take a day and ride a few laps out there then hit Slaughter Pen Hollow.. Best riding in the state.. Glad its not too far from home(Ft.Smith), for a all-day shredfest... The drive is pretty awesome too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdb_lmb View Post
    Decent trail, but like most of the ones in the area, don't expect a technical challenge. It is "fast fun", but all the rocks and roots have been basically covered up and it rides like a dusty sidewalk. If you are in the area I say check it out, but I wouldn't make a special trip just for it.
    u want rocks? U want roots? U want technical? Hit Lee Creek reservoir... One of the best near my home town.

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