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Construction of a 1-mile reroute around the May ’17 landslide near mile 152 of the Ozark Highlands Trail is nearly complete – close enough that a detour is no longer needed.
A group of 6 maintainers of the Ozark Highlands Trail gathered at the Woolum Rec Area on the Buffalo River for Lopsterfest ’17 – good fun, good food, custom t-shirts, and a chance to give our loppers a good workout.
The Williams Woods Nature Preserve is a 557-acre chunk of land owned by the Ozark Highlands Trail Association and located a bit northeast of St Paul in Madison County Arkansas. The land was bequeathed to OHTA in 1993 by Alpha … Continue reading
For years there been a problem lurking at the Ozark Highlands Trail’s Big Piney (aka Fort Douglas) trail head: a perennially-wet area that usually left hikers trudging through mud at the beginning or end of their trip.
June 3 was National Trails Day and I chose to spend it this year doing some work with the Ozark Trail Association. I’ve been a member of the OTA for 5-6 years but this was my first event with them … Continue reading
At the high point, we had more than 20 people for our fall 2016 Buffalo River Trail work session based at Tyler Bend. The crew was able to lop brush and clear trees from most of the 35+ miles of … Continue reading
The Fall 2016 trail building session in the middle Buffalo River area is set for October 18-29 (maybe the 30th too?). We will be camping at Tyler Bend (hot showers and flush toilets!). Look for our headquarters – the big … Continue reading
A group of 13 students from the University of Illinois came to Tyler Bend to spend their spring break week (Mar 20-26) helping us. Unfortunately, the Park Service informed us only 3 days before we were to start that we … Continue reading
Mark your calendars! The Spring 2016 trail building session in the middle Buffalo River area is set to begin March 19 and run through April 2. We will be camping at Tyler Bend (hot showers and flush toilets!). Look for … Continue reading
The OHTA had another work weekend, this time centered around the Ozone area.