City officials recently celebrated the completion of the Clabber Creek Trail extension, so we headed out to grab some photos and make a map.
The project is considered a major milestone for the city’s longterm trail plans.
If you want to explore the Razorback Greenway, but you don’t live near the trail system, there are several places to park and ride in Fayetteville.
If you’re curious about how to get started riding on the local bike trails, consider Lake Fayetteville.
We took a bike, some cameras and a Strava app for mapping every last section of trail on the mountain.
The first in a series of new singletrack trails is now open at Lake Wedington.
The transformation of midtown’s Gregory Park is now complete.
We began our hike working clockwise around the Lake Fayetteville from the east side of the parking lot at Veterans Memorial Park.
The 2.2-mile trail runs from Frisco Trail just south of Walker Park to Tsa La Gi Trail near the Interstate 49 interchange at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.