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wandern
schlammig
steinig
3 days ago

Great views. The path in/out is very rocky and steep. Also muddy when I went. Worth it to get to end, but hiking out is extremely taxing. I’ve never hiked with trekking poles, but I feel like they would have come in handy on this trail.

Wonderful falls area at the bottom of the hike!

Great trail. Grotto was awesome and very scenic. Some uphill at first then a scramble down to the grotto. Was flowing nicely on 1/13/20. TH is hard to see and is marked with yellow paint on ground. Tree is also marked with a yellow arrow. Parked to west and walked along HWY to get to TH

wandern
schlammig
16 days ago

Great day to hike. Waterfall is really nice after recent rain.

wandern
eisig
schlammig
schnee
steinig
16 days ago

Conditions were wet and muddy as the trees dripped water from their icy branches due to a storm the night before. None the less the hiking was still good with a beautiful overlook of the buffalo river atop steep cliffs.

wandern
16 days ago

if you want to make it to Sam's throne the popular rock climbing spot go south past the campground on 123 and pull off at the very next pull off to the right. go around the gate and follow the old road down. takes you all the way to Sam's throne! on my map recorded I forgot to turn it off. ignore the last bit. we made it to the top without ropes!! there is a spot around the left side you can get up with very minimal climbing

First hiked in early November during peak fall foliage. Weather was perfect and the leaf colors made for amazing views from the bluff. Descending the trail is very rocky and parts are steep going down. Wear the right shoes! Ascending is mostly uphill and a great workout. If you have the stamina, take the extra work to hike from the bluff down to the river. Nice flat trails through the trees at the bottom of the mountain. Take a quick swim to cool off, there was no one else down there when I went down.

Was awesome to do in January. No bugs, fewer people. The most epic of views! Definitely not for those with a fear of heights. Take lots of water and snacks, its a long hike. Also coming back is pretty steep uphill at times so be prepared to save some water for when you'll really want it.

Very cool trail ... lots of rock formations/bluffs on your way to the grotto. Well worth the trip! The rock scrambles aren’t difficult IMO (I’m 62 yrs old). I was solo today, and never saw a soul the entire time while in this trail! Heaven!

This is quite a hidden gem. I uploaded a couple of pictures of the trailhead. It was difficult to find. Google maps was off. At the trailhead someone has spay painted the side of the road and a tree to help out. Thank you to that. Once you find the trail it is well marked with stones on both side leading uphill. Once you get to the rock formations you can go right to explore or left to continue to the grotto. There are many small caves and overhangs along both paths. When you get to the boulders if you make your way right beside the cliff it is easier. There are loose rocks and water will drip on you a little. The grotto is gorgeous.

Fabulous trail! We read other reviews and were a little confused. So 100% follow the Alltrails GPS. The trailhead does have a little parking area, but that parking area is down a sketchy little road not the little parking area off the main road, you have to go further up as the GPS indicates. (if your coming from Mulberry) The trail is simply amazing. Yes it is rocky so naturally if its wet its gonna be slick. Perfect place to throw up a hammock and do some light rock climbing. I used my Alltrails Pro to help me get back to the trail when we strayed off. It is marked in blue and white markers. FYI kid and dog friendly hike.

wandern
steinig
23 days ago

This is the best trail I have hiked around here. The views at first aren't great, but once you get to the Goat Bluff Trail you will be amazed!

Beautiful! Pay attention to directions as trailhead is easy to miss. As previously posted, definitely uphill to area then boulder scrambling required to get to grotto. Flowing nicely yesterday 1-4-20. Might be difficult to do with small children.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
24 days ago

Long trail but it’s the route to Granny Henderson. Please Google her before coming out. Great history. This was an old county road and it’s easy to follow. We bushwhacked to a nearby homestead and cistern. It was great to see and knock around, before we got back on trail to Granny’s. Granny Henderson’s place was beautiful, historic home. The path is rocky and it does cross some natural springs and the path is wet and muddy. I took an 11yr old and 55yr old and they were slow making it out, but they made it. It took us 3.77miles to get to Granny’s, so it was 3.77 miles up hill. Yes. Up hill, so if your not used to it, pace yourself. We went early January, started cold but warmed to 45, then got cold again. So there was no bugs. We did 7.9 miles in about 4:45 minutes. About 1.37 miles in, there was a pile of rocks and a stick, stuck in them pointing to a side trail. There was no trail marker, and I’ve found no info, if anyone’s done it or knows where it goes please post. We used a Fitbit for mileage and times. The most rewarding part was spotting a bald eagle above is. This is beautiful country that God has made. Praise Him.

wandern
schlammig
27 days ago

Really wanted to do this one until I realized no dogs. I arrived and noticed no dogs. I was a little upset, maybe another time. I should have done better research

wandern
abseits des Weges
schlammig
27 days ago

Good trail. Be sure to stay right at the fork and follow the trail around to get an incredible view.

Trail completed VERY early on 1/1/20. We went to watch the first sun of 2020 come up over the distant hills and bluffs. No rain of significance had occurred over the prior few days, so not at all muddy. I've been here several times, and it can be VERY muddy after rainfall. The waterfalls you pass along the way only really show off after a decent rain. Not so sure I'd describe this one as moderate, it's certainly on the easy side of that. Well marked, very obvious trodden paths to follow. I take my dog everywhere, on leash trails like this as well as off leash on occasion when we just go bush whack a waterfall. This trail is easy for that - but there are spots that I'd say dogs and definately smaller children should have a firm eye kept on them

schlammig
steinig
29 days ago

Def one of the best trails in Arkansas. Centerpoint trail part not has much of views. But big bluff trail part is amazing!!!!

Nice waterfall. Lots of water. Pretty difficult hike. Uphill almost all the way there and then a difficult bolder scramble to get the the base of the falls. Much easier on the way back.

So the hike was nice and the rocks were cool but there were no waterfalls which was what I was after. The all trails description is WRONG. Twin falls and Richland falls are on Falling Water road. Didn’t realize this until after I walked the entire path.

wandern
schlammig
1 month ago

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