hiking
9 days ago

hiking
16 days ago

Beautiful views, wished the falls would have had water going,.. When we went it had snowed the night before, the trees looked Beautiful!!

hiking
22 days ago

hiking
22 days ago

Beautiful views of some of the Ozarks finest Glade Top country!

The hike was great once we found the trailhead. To find it, take US Highway 160 approximately 9 miles East of Forsyth, MO; then make a left turn onto Cross Timbers road. Follow the road to the bottom of the hill and over a creek until the road ends at an intersection. At that point you should see a small signage post that points right towards the trail. Make a right turn and continue until you see the road split. Make a left (this is Forest Road 566) and continue approximately 1.5 miles until the road ends at the trailhead. Fair warning, the trail is not marked Coy Bald Trail; however a trail exists. Make sure to register at the entrance before departing! Oh, and the trail is a loop, so stay to right and it will take you all the way around the hillside and back.

hiking
24 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

great day for a hike and to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary!

hiking
2 months ago

A great trail. It needs better markings and could do with some maintenance though.

hiking
3 months ago

Great hike. It has lots of rock formations to check out. We went at a dry time so didn't get to see the water fall but it was still very cool. You have to register yourself in and out and a lot of the literature said it was easy to get lost but we stuck to the main trail and it was very easy to navigate.

5 months ago

Not marked, but strenuous enough to get a good hike and easy enough to enjoy company

fun not exactly kid friendly though

Easy trail to complete.

hiking
1 year ago

Wonderful day hike! Beautiful views with a waterfall! Bring a map, the trails are not well marked!

geocaching
1 year ago

Pretty hike with beautiful landscape views and the falls at the end. Be sure to bring a map, there are many different trails to follow and they are unmarked. About 7 miles to the falls and back.

hiking
1 year ago

The loose rubble and abundance of fallen leaves made the hike less enjoyable but beautiful area.

hiking
1 year ago