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A couple days with no rain and reasonably cool temperatures came my way and I made the most of it with an overnight trip on the Shores Lake & White Rock Mountain Loop. It was the third time I’d hiked … Continue reading
This was the first trail I hiked in Arkansas during visits almost 5 and 6 years ago and reading those posts again sure brings back some memories. My intention this time was a 2-night backpacking trip from Gunner Pool east to Allison and … Continue reading
I made my first visit to Heber Springs AR, over in the general vicinity of Greers Ferry Lake, where many hiking trails are being developed. The only place I was able to hike this time was Sugarloaf Mountain. This is the … Continue reading
I’ve kept busier than it might appear, but much of my hiking recently has been on trails I’ve covered before and I haven’t found anything new to say about them. I’ve nearly finished hiking the OHT again, for instance, and … Continue reading
The Long Pool Recreation Area is about 20 miles north of Russellville on the banks of Big Piney Creek, and just 3/4 mile east of the campground is 44′ Long Pool Falls.
Here are some more waterfalls I wouldn’t have known about without Tim Ernst’s book. About 13 miles north of Scottsville AR, along North Fork Road (FR 1310) are a couple that are pretty close to, but downhill from, the road. … Continue reading
The Penhook Special Interest Area is a few miles north of Hector AR and encompasses Penhook Hollow – with its creeks, tall bluffs, and steep terrain creating a very scenic area. The hollow opens onto the Middle Fork of the … Continue reading
I’ve spent a couple days now hiking part of the Moccasin Gap Trails. This is a 43-mile system on the west side of AR-7 about 30 minutes north of Russellville. It’s open to equestrians, mountain bikes, and ATVs, in addition … Continue reading
I hiked the Shores Lake & White Rock Mountain Loop on a Sierra Club outing with a group of people from the Kansas City area. It was my second time doing the whole loop but the weather was nice & … Continue reading