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Fourche Mountain Trail

Fourche Mountain Trail

Ouachita National Forest, Arkansas & Oklahoma

Trail Highlights: The Fourche Mountain Trail (formerly Mill Creek Equestrian Trail) offers breathtaking views of Fourche Mountain and Buck Knob. Abandoned silver mines, beautiful streams, and several spectacular views of the Ouachita Mountains are among the trail sites. While this trail network provides horseback riding opportunities, it also offers day hiking and mountain biking.

Surrounding Areas: “Y” City, Arkansas where you can find groceries and gas.

Length: Varies (See map for mileage. Coming soon)

Surface type: Unsurfaced and road surfaces.

Difficulty level: Easy to most difficult.

Recommended season: Spring, summer, and fall

Water: None

Access: U.S. Highway 270 to Mill Creek Recreation Area.

History: The Forest, with the assistance of the Arkansas Trail Riders Association, built this trail in 1990.

Trail marking: Yellow Rectangles with numbered junctions.

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