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South Loop

Intermediate
 3.2 (9)

An all-natural, multi-use trail in the heart of Little Rock (Hillcrest).


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Map Key

2.0

Miles

3.3

KM

Singletrack

467' 142 m

High

298' 91 m

Low

252' 77 m

Up

248' 76 m

Down

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

15%

Max Grade (9°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Description

The Allsopp Park trails consists of a north loop and a south loop. To go from one to the other, you have to cut through a neighborhood (Beechwood is usually the best road to take).

The trail is mostly singletrack, and is very rocky, rooty, gravelly, with many climbs and descents, and a some short technical sections thrown in. Some of the rocks are sharp, so be sure to have a spare tube as flats are somewhat common out here. It's easier ridden in a clockwise direction.

There are also several connector trails and feeder trails that link the main outer loop to the playground/ballfield/tennis courts.

The south loop can be accessed in a variety of places (the playground, Kavanaugh/Rose St, Fairview Rd, and Beechwood St. This is a multi-use trail, so there are often hikers/runners/dogs on the trail as well. Keep your speed in check!

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Shared By:

Cliff Li

Trail Ratings

  3.2 from 9 votes

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#641

in Arkansas

#20,130

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Allsopp South Loop Video
Dec 29, 2019 near Little…, AR

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Dec 18, 2018
Andres Punto
Jul 28, 2018
Titanium Trails
meh
Jun 6, 2018
Private User
Mar 16, 2018
Steve M
Sep 14, 2017
Joseph Hickman
One area needed trimming really bad, other than that, it's a great quick trail with some decent sand technical sections and climbs
Aug 14, 2015
Steve Arrington