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wandern
20 hours ago

Landslide falls

wandern
schlammig
22 hours ago

wandern
1 day ago

Very nice trail. Plenty of scenery. Beautiful bluffs.

Nice trails

After all the rain we’ve had this January, the falls are amazing. The road was muddy but still doable in our Chevy Malibu. But it is rough. We stopped and parked 70 ft from the trail head Because the creek goes over the road. Good footwear highly advised you may be walking in a small bit of water here and there. As of the day we went the trail head was marked by a lost dog poster stapled to a tree in a page protector.

This was a great hike. Trees still down on trail, But not enough to deter the hike at all. It’s a beautiful view at spy rock and I’ll be doing it again for sure. Two really pretty waterfalls after a rainy week.

If you appreciate history, this is a great short trail that is wheelchair accessible. There is information located at the visitor center about the 40 acre homestead which belonged to Sod Collier and his family. The old house is very neat to explore and just down the path is the River view overlook. It is beautiful!

wandern
steinig
überwachsen
1 day ago

Great trail. Really steep & rocky, but worth it for the views. The second part of the trail, across hwy 187 goes along some beautiful bluff over looks.

wandern
scrambling
steinig
1 day ago

wandern
1 day ago

We hike frequently but always enjoy the winter and spring season when the ice / rain bring water to the falls. A little muddy today but easy hike and beautiful once we got to the falls.

wandern
schlammig
2 days ago

great hike! but this is probably closer to moderate. not easy because of some steep parts on the trail. access road in is 11% grade. not a huge problem, but could be for some vehicles. thought trail could have been marked better. overall, totally worth it.

wandern
ausgewaschen
abseits des Weges
schlammig
steinig
überwachsen
2 days ago

In it’s current state, this is the worst trail I’ve been on. Barely any markings for the path. I hate to bomb a trail so I’m giving it 2 stars for now. I’ll have to revisit later maybe during spring or summer when it’s better managed and cleaned up but in the winter season, it’s washed out and very easy to lose the trail and get lost. I got lost multiple times.

wandern
2 days ago

We ended up splitting time between the Rim Trail and the Bench Trail which follows the same path, just further down the mountain. Took the Sunrise point trail down from the Rim Trail to the Bench and then Gum Springs trail back. Vernall Trail was being worked on during so we skipped. Lots of beautiful views, VERY windy, and saw a nice waterfall.

water was up. closed for season. still gorgeous!

The road leading in is bumpy with lots of pot holes but It was easy to navigate in a sedan. I visited in January right after rain so there was plenty of water flowing. The trail going back up is steep but there are a few good spots with rocks or benches to rest if needed. The trail was a bit slippery in some areas but nothing a good trail shoe can't handle. The rock formations and falls are absolutely stunning and well worth the hike! I did get confused as to where the trail began and where it continued on so be sure to follow the AllTrails map to stay on course.

The distance from Dillard's Ferry to Spring Creek Road is 6.1 miles, not 11.6 miles as noted in the above description. I had to put in a star rating to make this post but I have yet to hike it. The mileage is corrected based on Buffalo River Handbook by K.L. Smith (2018) and examining maps.

wandern
6 days ago

Lost track and turned around

reiten
ausgewaschen
schlammig
6 days ago

wandern
abseits des Weges
7 days ago

This was a beautiful area. As some.others have mentioned, we were thrown off the trail because of a fallen tree. We weren't the only ones. Ran across groups of others who were a little lost too. We finally found our way back on trail but we and our dogs were hot and tired (last week in August). Decided to cool off in the river and end our hike "early." Although technically we didn't end early we just didn't do the whole trail. We plan on going back again soon.

We hiked from Erbie to Pruitt - 8.6 miles. Erbie Trailhead is accessed by County Road 2500 (old 79) gravel but good and Pruitt on State Highway 7. The bridge on State Highway 7 is being replaced and construction will occur there for another year but this will not impact your ability to park at the Pruitt trailhead. Of the four segments (day hikes from TH to TH) we hiked from Boxley to Pruitt this was the second best hike. There are a good number of areas where the trail crosses cedar glades and there will be water in the trail after a recent rain - the soil is thin and once saturated, drains into the trail tread. In places it is slippery and mucky. Much of this segment skirts along the bluff top right above the Buffalo River but alas there are so many trees there is "almost" never a clear view of the river or bluffs. Adair Cemetery was an interesting spot and the Ozark Campground has restrooms and the bluffs there are beautiful. The restrooms at Pruitt are closed for the winter but the town of Jasper is just a few miles south where you can get fuel and good food right on the town square. The trail is marked with white rectangles and wooden signs and, although few and far between, they occur at the right spots. The trail tread is well established and you won't get lost. You will encounter "ORT" signs designating the "Old River Trail" but that trail is best hiked in summer since multiple crossing of the river must occur. On this segment of the "BRT", Buffalo River Trail, you will not cross the river. You will encounter bluffs, rock outcrops and many side streams with beautiful boulders, cascades and waterfalls. We hiked 2 days after a significant rain and all water features were really flowing. I recommend the book, "Buffalo River Handbook," Second Edition (2018) by Kenneth L. Smith, for in-depth info about the National River and a step-by-step of the trail. Also, National Geographic's map "Buffalo National River West" has good road designation, trailhead location and other information useful in planning your hike. Alltrails has excellent information about this trail and nearby trails too. Happy Hiking!

wandern
7 days ago

More of a gravel walking path

wandern
7 days ago

A fun hike. Well marked and easy to follow. We started to the left (clockwise) and went up rocky switch backs first. Not as scenic as other hikes in the area but still a good hike with fun terrain.

on Spring Branch Trail

wandern
ausgewaschen
schlammig
überwachsen
8 days ago

Gorgeous trail. Washed out in a lot of places, but still a gorgeous winter hike.

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