2 edition of Arkansas Hiking Trails found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||February 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 90 p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
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Midway along the ridgetop visitors encounter the Big Spring Lookout Tower used during the mid-20 th century as part of a regional fire protection system. 8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Hagarville, Arkansas.
Beautiful scenery along the way. Kings Bluff features a large flat bluff top with a waterfall that flows over the ledge. The setting, seemingly remote, with access limited to the river---gives today's visitor a glimpse of the rustic natural character that has captivated Ozark "tourists" and settlers alike.
Well maintained and we enjoy running it. Closest Towns: Russellville Water: not for drinking Restroom: vault Operated By: Big Piney Ranger District 479 284-3150 or 870 446-5122 General Information Directions: Take Arkansas 7 to Pelsor, turn east on Arkansas 16 and go 6 miles. 4 mile loop trail is classified as easy to moderate. A rocky climb along this route also takes riders to a bluff top with a spectacular view of the Arkansas Hiking Trails Fork River.
In her spare time she enjoys driving to the nearest creek to sit a while. Once you get out on the bluff, the views of the Buffalo River are inspiring. As the trail turns north, notice the rock walls as the trail meanders through a slot-like area with small caves to the sides. This one, however, takes you to one of the most scenic and photographed places in Arkansas. One of the most popular outdoor adventures in Arkansas in Mountain biking.
Goat Trail Buffalo Wilderness Area Sure, the accurately named Big Bluff looks fantastic from the river, but can you imagine how fantastic the river looks from the top of Big Bluff?
Both Josh and Sarah were born and raised in Arkansas. Mountain View, AR 72560 870 269-3228 Visitor Information: 870-214-2716 This scenic area consists of two hiking trails Pedestal Rocks and Kings Bluff.
Three fourths of the trail winds along a stream bed until ascending the ridge up to the Big Spring Lookout Tower. Ride along the 36-mile Razorback Regional Greenway. You will find them out enjoying Arkansas Hiking Trails great outdoors via camping, hiking, canoeing or just about any other outdoor activity.
A good insect repellent sprayed on your pants legs may help.
A portion of this trail lies within the Big Spring Pines State Natural Area—containing one of the most outstanding pine-oak forests in the Lower Ozarks.
A rocky climb along this route also takes riders to a bluff top with a spectacular view of the Jacks Fork River.
Taking the first left will lead visitors from the top of the mountain into a deep hollow that includes a wonderful Natural Stone Arch.
The best time to view the waterfall is during times of recurring rainfall, such as springtime, early summer thunderstorm season and even fall.