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Black Fork Mountain Trail in southwest Arkansas, near the Oklahoma border, is a great long day hike or overnight backpacking trip for those who want to escape the crouds.

Hiking Black Fork Mountain Trail

Black Fork Mountain stretches from Arkansas into Oklahoma just north of Queen Wilhelmina State Park in the Ouachita National Forest. The trail offers spectacular views, unique forests, and historic places. Black Fork Mountain Trail is great for a long day hike or an overnight backpack.… Read More »Hiking Black Fork Mountain Trail

Fuzzy Butt Falls

Spring rains might mean a weekend full of Netflix instead of slogging through sloppy soaking hike, but it also means it’s waterfall season. Last week here in Arkansas it rained for four days straight. And it was a nice gentle rain, it poured and flooded.… Read More »Fuzzy Butt Falls

Why winter hiking rocks. Five reasons why I love hiking in the winter in Arkansas over the summer.

Why winter hiking rocks

I sat on the lakeshore today and watched a bald eagle catch thermals – floating up higher and higher. I love to watch these magnificent birds cruise carelessly along the air currents. Bald eagle spotting is one of many reasons why winter hiking rocks. I… Read More »Why winter hiking rocks

The Harris Creek Trail at Cassatot River State Park in southwest Arkansas is a perfect day hike.

Harris Creek Trail

The main attraction at Cossatot River State Park and Natural Area is obviously the river. Many people come to float the river, fish in the river, and swim in the river. But Cassatot River State Park and Natural Area also has some pretty rad trails.… Read More »Harris Creek Trail

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