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Nice trail all the way

Super awesome. Gorgeous. Exciting. Dream like.

Stunning trail! Expansive views with a waterfall!

3 days ago

YES TO THIS HIKE! One of my favorite so far, a nice workout as we logged about 6.5mi based on where we parked, and a steady incline all the way to the waterfall (think light trickle vs Havasupai). Moderate rating for distance and time, a few steep treks, some rocky areas, and no shade (consider this an early hike, not in the summer heat). The trail is not really marked but there is a clear cut path almost all the way to the top with only a few question marks here and there. Fairly remote, expansive views all around, not much foot traffic, dog friendly but watch out for all the cholla and horse manure. We camped overnight in Lost Dutchman and drove to this trailhead. Plan for about 3-3.5hr if you are an experienced hiker going at conversation pace and stopping for photos.... perfect hike!!

I come here often one of my favorite trails in Arkansas. The top of the trail on the dirt road is pretty and easily walked with a few good over looks. The trail down to the waterfall is rather hard but worth it!

January is a great time to go. We passed only four hikers.

Great views, great hike! Not a ideal hike if you’re afraid of heights like me!

Beautiful views from the top and along most of the trail. Waterfall at the end. Definitely worth it. Easy hike will take 3.5+ hours because of length and stopping for many great photos.

hard to find the trail but it was really fun and there's a lot of cool caves.

Did this a while back during the summer and loved it! Such beautiful views and unique rock formations! Would definitely go back if I’m ever in this area again!!

Beautiful hike. Will do this one again. Only a couple steep areas and a few water crossings after rains.

Very short loop trail. The best part is the beautiful Castor River shut-ins. This trail tends to get very muddy and buggy.

This is an easy paved trail with enough scenery. The shut-ins are very pretty. We like hiking part of the connected US Forest service trail too.

So much nature...scenic views, difficult trek but so worth it! It was a bit muddy today but the dogs enjoyed this more than the creek!

Amazing New Years Day Hike 2019!!! Loved the trail, white caps on the mountain tops and the trickle of waterfall ... Beautiful!!!

This trail was the high light of our weekend, the hawksbill crag at the end was well worth the walk and the views are simple breathtaking, BUT there are some minor set backs, there was probably 40 - 60 cars in the parking lot which meant the trail was gonna be busy, so kinda crowded for when we went, also the county road into the trailhead is nearly 6 miles of very steep gravel road, please don't have any trouble with your brakes on your vehicle because it could lead to an interesting ride down on the way out, all and all great trail and worth the drive

10 days ago

Great walk for the whole family, well maintained path with little elevation change during the loop. There is a $3.00 fee per vehicle. There's a small general store and a well maintained bathroom. There are a lot of tall cliffs if you plan on taking small children, but even still if you can keep them close by I think it will be fine. Great place to watch the Sun come up and set.

10 days ago

This is a beautiful trail with diverse scenery. We did this hike on a warm January day, and it was so refreshing! The moss-covered boulders and babbling stream were magical!

Some times hard to see where the trail was but this was a great trip. Lots of climbing and adventure.

Beautiful views on this challenging trail. We were able to see snow and waterfalls. Lots of flat periods of hiking for respite after some steep climbs. Be prepared to encounter horses if you’re with a dog friend. It’s fun to read about the myths and stories associated with the trails. Be aware that cell service is limited in this area- we have some other hikers a ride into town when their car broke down.

This is a great trail from start to finish. Rocky Falls is a geologic wonder and Klepzig Mill has history and a scenic setting. Be prepared for a couple stream crossings between the two, especially if it has rained recently. Heading toward the mill and just about a 1/4 mile before the NN Highway crossing the wild horses were just about 50 yards off the trail grazing in a field seemingly unconcerned with my passing. They were beautiful. As you cross NN Highway (which was closed due to high water when I hiked the trail) don’t let the first blaze fool you. You still need to go up the highway about 50 yards from the first blaze before the trail turns into the woods. The boulders in and along the stream on this stretch of the trail are huge. Great hike!

11 days ago

Closed because of government shutdown. We drove out here and had to find out the hard way. The road is blocked off with 5 more miles to drive before getting to the trailhead.

13 days ago

Beautiful views, at end.
fairly long steep incline.
uneven footing. Saw several other hikers.

14 days ago

Went with the wife and 2 pups. Not really any trail but you can follow a semi used pathway up to a cave and then to the bottom of the creek. Once down there you can pretty much choose your own path down the creek. Very pretty this time of year. Came across many spots that would be a great secluded area to camp where you wouldn’t be bothered. Overall super short but fun little hike. Would be nice in the summer, there is a lot of shade and of course water.

14 days ago

Favorite hike in the Phoenix area! Awesome views, can see for miles around. Great showcase of the beauty of the Arizona desert. Today there was even snow at the top of the peaks!

Great trail! We got a lot of cool photos, explored the underneath cliffs, and enjoyed the weather. The trail is very wet so bring shoes you don’t mind getting muddy.

Rocky trail with lots of elevation! I clicked off over 1600ft of elevation so I’m not sure about the 1000+...

15 days ago

A unique hike. Slippery but has some of the most picturesque views within the natural bridge.

17 days ago

Hiked in late December- with my 4yr old- the bridge at the beginning is missing so it is good to wear water proof shoes. There are 2 creek crossings and we all made it with dry feet but being December I was a bit nervous about shoes getting wet in cold. We look forward to going back when wild flowers are in bloom. My Apple Watch said the trail was 3.8 miles - its new so I don't know if the trail is really that long or if my watch is off.

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