Mill Mountain 925

Total Miles


265.86 ft


0.5 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Mill Mountain 925 is a nice backwoods country road with some cool water crossings, cool campsites, and cell phone service. At the east entrance, there is a cattle guard. It's an easy gravel for the most part however due to a water crossing where the road washed out tackling this with a car isn't advisable. I saw a bumper of a car that had been ripped off due to the boulders. These roads are graded after storms so be aware of big machinery. Countis Creek parallels this route on the Northern section.


The only issue with this trail is the water crossings and wash out from flooding during heavy rainfall.


Here is some history on the Ouachita National Forest --

Technical Rating


Access Description

From Y City, Arkansas take highway 71 to Yearling Ridge Road, then a left and then a right on Mill Mountain Road.