Pigeon Creek Trail is a 4.2 mile loop trail located near Mountain Home, Arkansas. The trail is rated as moderate offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Good hike, Easy but you have to watch your footing as the trail is very rocky., so that , to me , makes it a moderate hike.Well maintained otherwise. The map provided is a bit confusing in spots. As we are on point, all of a sudden we look at our progress and we are off course but still on the trail. And we hadn't passed an intersection to get off course.
A good trail. Mostly well-maintained. Rock-o-rama in places, leading to some tricky climbs. Not for novice MTBers unless you want to get off and push for 20% of your ride. Seems better suited for hiking, but more confident bikers will get a good 60-90 minute ride.
Trailheads are not the most obvious and the Google Map result through AllTrails is slightly off. Turn off the highway at the Pigeon Creek Lake Access sign and first trailhead is on the left, opposite the first boat ramp.
Nice trails with lots of of pretty wild flowers and view of the lake. But the castle doesn't mean there's really a castle, haha. :P
heading out for the first time with a buddy ready for some fun riding and maybe some intense ridiing couple jumps and u get my point safe riding is my riding
Hiked yesterday. Beautiful day spent on trail. Trail is in great shape. Only ran into one other couple.
Easy to moderate trails we hiked the 104 105 and 106 trails for 5 miles. The trails were not really well marked but not hard to follow if you have a map. Great views of Norfork Lake. There are many trails in this public use area so you could vary the length.
Great trail system. Some markers hard to find but met a lady who was a local and was going to work on markers. We were there on a Sunday and saw only 4 others. Very peaceful. We would consider trails easy for what others we have hiked, not much incline or decline.
Great trail system. Well marked. Always lots of wildlife. There are numerous low hanging branches, no concern to hikers but MTB will need to be aware.
Great trail, with lots of geocaches. Several views of the lake. There is a beautiful view with a bench, where I spent a lot of time.