93054N

5/5 (3 reviews)
Hector, Arkansas (Pope County)
Last Updated: 01/31/2019
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This technical trail in the Ozark National Forest is an excellent way to save time by cutting from Adams Mountain Road to North Fork Road, in order to continue exploring other areas of the forest. Be warned though... You WILL NEED a spotter to deal with the washouts. If you like a challenge and prefer to avoid the mundane gravel connector roads, 93054N is the trail for you. This short trail is a great way to dodge those mundane gravel roads, do a little technical driving, and get in some good experience and practice with a spotter. It's not the most hardest trail, which makes it PERFECT for beginner off-roaders with a good spotter, or medium experienced off-roaders with a beginner spotter wanting to get some practice. Don't let the short length of this fool you; this trail offers plenty of excitement with a challenging hill climb/descent, washouts in the middle of the trail, and an exciting stair step rock climb on the west end.

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5/5 (3 reviews)
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 06/19/2022

Great
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 06/19/2022
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Fun little trail, got a little nervous running it east to west, just me and my wife in our stock rig. She turned out to be a great spotter and the 4Runner did great. Recommend not doing this alone, one wrong move and you could be in a bind.
Status: Open
Visited: 08/08/2020

Trail hasnt changed much over the years other than the ruts maybe being a little deeper. I prefer to run it from east to west as I prefer to run the ruts down hill. It’s not that big of a deal as we’ve taken stock rigs through there pretty easily. Just take it slow , a spotter helps but not really mandatory, the ledges on the west end are minor and easily done without a spotter, again Just slow and easy. It’s a fun short trail.
Trail Review: 93054N - Dave Lay
Trail Review: 93054N - Dave Lay
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