High Bank Twin Falls is a 0.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Ozark, Arkansas that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, fishing, scenic driving, and canoeing and is accessible from November until April. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Beautiful rock formations and gorgeous waterfall, best observed after winter thaw and heavy rains during spring time. There is one way in and one way out of this trail. As with most waterfalls in Arkansas, the best time to observe waterfalls is after a heavy rain or in winter or spring. During the summer and fall, High Bank Twin Falls is quite literally nothing but a drip.
Short hike just off the highway. You can actually park right across from the path because there is a small pull-out/paved strip. Once you go down the trail a ways, you will see that it diverges. Both directions actually have falls, with the one on the left/straight ahead being the bigger twin falls. Beautiful area to drive around as well.
It was a very nice short hike. It's definitely worth t to at least stop by for the waterfall. The trail head is quite difficult to find
This was a pretty easy hike for the whole family and wow what an amazing waterfall! The whole trail is really pretty and there's another unnamed waterfall along the way that is almost just as amazing as High Bank. It's difficult to get a good picture of the whole waterfall unless you go during the winter or early Spring.
After a couple of days filled with early Spring season rainfall, this waterfall will be flowing very nicely. A hidden gem, tucked away just 5 minutes from Highway 215. Right now is prime time for hiking a few waterfalls. There are numerous waterfalls and gorgeous landscapes hidden along HWY 215 if you just look out the window as you drive.
I would highly recommend to anyone who enjoys exquisite, unique waterfalls hidden in the satisfyingly simple, yet breathtaking Ozark Mountain Ranges. 110% Worth It!!
Love this easy to get to waterfall. Must go after a heavy rain to enjoy it.
This waterfall promises to be gorgeous but make sure you go after a big rain or after the winter thaw. The trail is a bit difficult to find so I've provided pictures and GPS coordinates for ease of locating it. Hike along the water and you'll eventually make it to the waterfall when you can walk no further.