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Thread: Paved trails open to bicycles

  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainborn
    Updated 02-17-06

    7. Bona Dea Trail,partialy paved,11 plus caches,----------, Russelleville,
    Why the blank on this one? It looks like you have everything, when compared with the others with no blanks. However, if something's missing, let me know what other information you need and I will provide it. (Thanks for putting this together, by the way!) -- ORR
    "Wildness is a necessity." -- John Muir

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  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldRiverRunner
    Quote Originally Posted by mountainborn
    Updated 02-17-06

    7. Bona Dea Trail,partialy paved,11 plus caches,----------, Russelleville,
    Why the blank on this one? It looks like you have everything, when compared with the others with no blanks. However, if something's missing, let me know what other information you need and I will provide it. (Thanks for putting this together, by the way!) -- ORR
    Thanks, ORR, it is my typical typo mistake. I'll remove the ----------.

  3. #23
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    1. Spadra trail, one side paved, with many caches, Clarksville
    2. Nix Creek Trail, paved, 10/15 caches, Texarkana
    3. Tucker Creek Trail,paved, 1 cache, Conway
    4. Dogwood Springs, ------, 2/ 3 caches, Siloam Springs
    5. Crater of Diamonds trail, concrete, 2/3 caches, Murfresboro
    6. Searcy Bike Trail, paved, 4 caches, Searcy
    7. Bona Dea Trail,partialy paved,11 plus caches, Russelleville,
    8. River trail, paved,--------,Burns Park, North Littlerock
    9. Ben Garen Trail, --------,--------, 4 / 5 caches, Fort Smith
    10. Clayton Expressway trail,-----,------,-------, Fort Smith

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    I know this is an older post but I have done some caches in the Fayetteville area and they have several nice biking/walking trails with several caches along them. I will be re-locating to this area very soon and can give more details if needed.
    Just gotta get one more!!

  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by ARWindstalker
    I know this is an older post but I have done some caches in the Fayetteville area and they have several nice biking/walking trails with several caches along them. I will be re-locating to this area very soon and can give more details if needed.
    Thanks we will be looking forward to your information.

  6. #26
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    I was going back over some of my previous finds and noticed that there is a park in north Bentonville that is paved and only conatins one cache right now but could hold several more. I will get some more info on that one as well.
    Just gotta get one more!!

  7. #27
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    More info on Ben Geren: The paved trail starts from the parking lot headed generally east eventually topping a large hill and continues another couple of miles.

    Ben Geren Park is on hwy 255 between Ft. Smith and Barling. Enter the park and follow the park roads counter-clockwise until passing an old BMX track. Turn left at this road and follow it until you see a parking lot and the paved trail on your left. Total trails (paved + non-paved): 7 miles.
    I get my directions from above.
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  8. #28
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    On Ben Geren the start of the bike trail is at the cache is "bikers road kid cache" http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_de ... dd9fbd902d I will have to put one at the end of the road but there is 4 or 5 up that way. Watch for more!!!!!
    If your not living life on the edge your taking up too much space!!!!!!


  9. #29
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    Great stuff !
    We go to Ft. Smith on business from time to time.
    Next trip we will plan enough time for this cool trail.

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