Sixty Foot Falls Trail is a 4 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Ozark, Arkansas that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
This is a bushwack! If you would like a hike with an easy to follow path, please try another trail. If you are looking for an adventure, this might be the trail for you. The traditional way to get to Sixty Foot Falls is to bushwhack down to the bottom of the drainage, turn right for a short distance following a double track and cross a good sized creek and turn down stream.. The falls will be visible a short distance down on your left. The real problem is the 1.5 mile climb back out to Highway 23, which is not only a bushwhack but an elevation difference of 700 feet.
I don't recommend this hike for anyone. The trails are shoulder wide and in some places smaller then that. It's over grown with poison ivy and weeds. There are no trail markers and I've had to whack about 12 spiders and there webs down. This is the worst trail I've ever seen
There are a couple of nice waterfalls between 60' Falls and the upper bluff line. Once you are up to the bluff line you can see where the water flows from an opening under the rocks.
No signage makes it impossible to find trail. :(
Great bushwhack. several unnamed falls on the way down. Also up stream from Sixty-foot falls are other falls to see. Worth the trip. Many other hiking opportunities. Redding NF campground has showers.