The riding at Pigeon Creek is not what it once was, as of late the trail does not receive much maintenance and trail users are forced to do a lot of exploring in order to make thee ride enjoyable. The area is relatively flat so there is not much in terms of climbing or descents but there are some rough patches so it is probably not a good place for beginners. Parking is located at a boat skid next to the lake. There is a trailhead but it does not contain any information.
Parking is located at a boat skid next to the lake. There is a trail head but it does not contain any information. There are 2 trails that I could find. Both trails are narrow hiking trails. They were a little bit overgrown and had downed trees. This is pretty technical riding especially in wet weather, however it is not very steep. I think this could be a fun trail after you get to know it.
I live near St. Louis, MO and found this trail while vacationing in Mountain Home area. Nearly 90% rock surface, loose, with tree roots and some overgrowth. There is a local bike group that does maintenance, but as of mid May 2012, sections of the trail had not yet been trimmed back. due to recent vandalism on the trail, there are few trail markers, as far as which way is which. The good news is, all trails are loops. The bad news is, those loops range from .5 mi to 3 mi. Even worse news, there are connector trails that may cut loops in half. There are two trail heads across the highway from each other, both just north of the bridge. Common sense/tip: if you start in the east lot, keep heading west as best you can, you'll make it back. 'http://www.norfork.com/cycling/'
05/22/2012Mine Trail from "West" Trail Head
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