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Downhill Biking & Shuttles

We have bike trails!


Lake Leatherwood Gravity Project is home to some of Northwest Arkansas’ most premier downhill mountain bike trails. With two hubs, seven distinct trails, and innumerable option lines, the LLGP has put itself on the map as one of the most popular mountain bike destinations in the country.

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Protocols for Shuttle

Where to Meet

Parking for the Lake Leatherwood Gravity Project is located off of HWY 62W (see map). If lot is full, overflow parking is located at the Leatherwood Ball Fields parking lot. DO NOT park at the Miners Rock Parking Lot, as this lot is reserved for pedestrian use of the Miners Rock XC Trail. There are porta-potties located at the shuttle pick up and each parking area, but there is also a full bathroom located on the eastern portion of the ballfields. Water is also available here too. Please respect other trail users by following proper trail etiquette at all times. 

Shuttle Schedule

For shuttle services, please contact our licensed shuttle provider, Slaughter Trail Guides  (

***CLICK HERE to check out the CURRENT STATUS of the trails before planning your trip***


Eureka Springs 10 Day Weather Forecast

What to Bring

Personal Protective Equipment: Helmets are MANDATORY. Full face helmets, eye protection, gloves, elbow pads, knee pads, and body armor are recommended, especially for anyone riding our advanced level trails. Please ensure that your bike is properly tuned before arrival, as there are no mechanical services or products available at Lake Leatherwood City Park.

Food and Drink: Our shuttles do NOT sell food or beverages, so please come with the proper amount of food and water you will need for your adventure. Arkansas is HOT & HUMID in the summer months, and there is a moderate amount of climbing from the shuttle drop-off to the hubs. On a hot day, we recommend bringing at least one gallon per rider.


Cell Phones: In addition to taking pictures and videos, please ensure that at least one person in your party has access to a cell phone in case of emergencies. We also recommend downloading a GPS app such as TrailForks or MountainBikeProject to help you navigate the system. 

*If you’d like to tip your shuttle driver, please bring cash!*

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