Wolf Pen Gap info?

Discussion in 'Americas' started by Bluffskier, Dec 12, 2012.

  1. Bluffskier

    Bluffskier Been here awhile

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    Looking at Wolf Pen Gap up by Mena AR. I usually just ride around Daisy State Park Cycle Trails when I head up, but want to split up the monotony of Lake Greeson.

    Wolf Pen Gap seems promising, it's only 50 miles from where I will be at and a day trip might be fun.

    Any if on it? good? bad? Looking for some fun tough stuff like Daisy state park/Bear Creek/Kirby Landing. Any recommended routes at WPG or good maps?

    I may have to put my 4.7 gallon Clarke back on by the looks of it!
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  2. camperdad

    camperdad Been here awhile

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    Wolf pen is right down the road from the trail head. Nice creek running by it. Nice campsites. The trails are tons of fun. Lots of trails to explore. Fun jumps. Lots of gravel roads to explore in the area as well. A+ riding.
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  3. Bluffskier

    Bluffskier Been here awhile

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    Sweet. Yea I'm looking at the web and all the entrances to the park. Looks like I will start up at Wolf Penn Pass ATV ground and work my way down from there since it puts me in the middle of the place (North Gate) and I can go East or West. Oh the possibilities! Good to hear it's some good trails and lots of them. Still on the fence about putting my big tank back on. The bike is so much nicer with the stock tank. (XRL)
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  5. Bluffskier

    Bluffskier Been here awhile

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    Wolf Pen is nice. I would say a person could even take a GS on it, or about 99% of it. I was on one steep trail, but it was all level, like a mini road.

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    Even covered in ice and snow it was a relaxing ride. I could only imagine it in the fall time.
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