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Pig Trail Corridor - AR Hwy 23

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The Pig Trail, Ar Hwy. 23, stretches from the Missouri border north of delightful Eureka Springs, Ark. down 141 miles south to U.S. 71 below Booneville, Ark.

Ride Synopsis: Over the years the entire length of Arkansas 23 has been recognized by sources no less prestigious than Car & Driver magazine, and others, as one of the Top 10 Driving Roads in America.

The highway stretches from the Missouri border north of the delightful Eureka Springs, Ark. 141 miles south to U.S. 71 below Booneville, Ark. The Pig Trail is the 24-miles from Ozark north to Brashears, Ark. at AR 16. On your ride south you'll pass through the Victorian gem of Eureka Springs; an alternative route through a quaint state park, Withrow Springs State Park; the town of Huntsville, Ark. with the only Frank Lloyd Wright-built home in Arkansas, which was the residence of former Arkansas Governor the late Ovral Faubus; The Pig Trail stretch of the highway; a gorgeous run through the White Rock Mountain WMA; the town of Ozark, name-sake of the mountains located on the Arkansas River's Aux Arc (the "big bend" of the river).

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Check out our photo gallery where David Bell, 'Cruise The Ozarks' publisher, has compiled images he has taken along the Pig Trail to provide a preview of what awaits you, as you glide along on this great ride on your motorcycle! Click here to see all the photos:   http://www.cruisetheozarks.com/gallery23.shtml

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