93054N

Hector, Arkansas (Pope County)

Last Updated: 01/31/2019
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Status:
Open
Typically Open: Year Round
Length: 0.63 miles
Highest Elevation: 1378 feet
Duration: About 30 minutes
Shape of Trail: Connector
Best Direction to Travel: West
Nearest Town: Hector
Nearest Town w/ Services: Atkins
Official Road Name: 93054N
Management Agency: Ozark National Forest
District: Big Piney District

Highlights

Highlight: 93054N
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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Route Information

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Waypoints

1. Trailhead (0 mi)
This trailhead is easy to spot on Adams Mountain Road. There is an alternate entrance approximately 40 feet down the road.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Hector

Travel north on Highway 27 approximately 3 miles & turn left on to Old Highway 27. Travel approximately 1 mile and turn left on to NFM 1001, aka Granny Gap 1. Travel approximately 2.3 miles and turn right on to NFR1310, aka North Fork Road (no sign at this turn). Travel .7 miles and turn right onto Adams Mountain Road. Travel approximately 6 miles to trailhead on the left.

Camping

Dispersed

Trail Reviews (1)

Questions & Answers (1)

Q: Isnt that FS93054C ?
–Dave Lay (03/05/2019)
–Dave Lay (03/05/2019)

Writer Information

Brandon McCullough

Mapping Crew - Arkansas

Brandon is an avid camper, and thorough follower of the motto "pack light; freeze at night". Spending 6 years in the Marine Corps Infantry, he learned to sleep on the ground under the stars. No tent required. After purchasing his Nissan Xterra and joining the off road community, he has learned to get a little more comfortable since his rig is carrying the gear now; instead of himself. Brandon spends most of his time with his dog Yams, or doing one of the following: working in the garage on his Nissan Xterra, Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo, Volkswagen TDI Golf, spending time at the rifle range, out on the water kayaking and Trout fishing, at a NASCAR race, or on the trails in his Xterra.
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