Grady Spann
Enders Fault Trail at Woolly Hollow Sate Park

Enders Fault Trail at Woolly Hollow State Park is named for an active fault line that runs under the park.  When you ride this trail, it’s an opportunity to literally have the geology of the Ozark foothills under your tires as you roll through the wooded forest.

For first-time guests wanting to ride both loops (9.2 miles total), we recommend riding the Enders Fault Mountain Bike Trail clockwise at the first left. Riders get a nice warm-up before the short but steep climb to the top of the south section. Also, by going this direction the ride ends with about ¾-mile of rolling downhill designed to put a smile on your face. This route is highly recommended for your first ride on Enders Fault, after that, enjoy the loops any direction you want.

Hikers are also welcome on the trails. All trail users, stay alert, and use caution when meeting and passing.

For all trail users, there are endless places to stop, rest, and enjoy the peaceful sounds of the forest. 

Video Description: During this short unnarrated video, the camera shows a mountain biker’s point of view during a fast and exciting ride on Enders Fault Trail at Woolly Hollow State Park. Viewers see thick green forest vegetation and singletrack trail throughout the video.

Music: Duel-Funk&Rock by Yoshinori Tanaka /
Music promoted by Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.