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High Bank Twin Falls is a 0.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Ozark, Arkansas that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and fishing and is best used from November until April. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 0.4 mi Elevation gain 88 ft Route type Out & Back

Dog friendly

Kid friendly

Fishing

Hiking

Walking

Forest

River

Views

Waterfall

Rocky

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Getting There

Beautiful rock formations and gorgeous waterfall, best observed after winter thaw and heavy rains during spring time. There is one way in and one way out of this trail. As with most waterfalls in Arkansas, the best time to observe waterfalls is after a heavy rain or in winter or spring. During the summer and fall, High Bank Twin Falls is quite literally nothing but a drip.

Park at the "High Bank Canoe Launch" parking area labeled by a Ozark National Forest sign on the north side of road 215. Don't confuse this with the second canoe launch (if headed east from Cass, AR), labeled "Indian Creek Canoe Launch & OHT Access," also labeled by a Ozark National Forest sign but located on the south side of road 215.

Parking is approximately 9.2 miles east of Cass, AR along Highway 215 headed towards little Mulberry Creek. You'll actually be walking away from the Mulberry River, which may seem counter-intuitive. From the High Bank Canoe Launch, walk east along the shoulder of Arkansas 215. Cross a small bridge (less like a bridge and more like a road with barriers on each side). Directly at the east end of the bridge on the north side of the road, there is a dirt pathway. There is no sign that marks the entry of this trail. It is, however, directly behind the black/yellow striped hazard sign. There is a more formal looking, asphalt paved landing directly across the street on the south side of 215, but this is not the path. Follow the path along side the small creek up the path and over rocky areas. You will run into a dead-end, where the High Bank Twin Falls are located. Distance from parking to the waterfall is roughly 1/4 mile.

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Stacey Cole
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Hiking

This trail was such a fun trail. Beautiful. It's not marked. Having GPS and downloading the map from All Trails was helpful. I had a bear run out in front of me while driving here. Be alert. The falls weren't flowing, but the area itself is so beautiful that it didn't matter.

Alyx Smith
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HikingBugsOver grownRocky

It’s not labeled as you drive down the highway. It’s about a mile past the canoe launch site. Short and sweet is the hike. It’s very beautiful and the waterfalls were running. Rocks are slick in some places. Took no time at all to get to the falls.

Robert Baugh
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HikingRocky

This is a great little out and back trail. The trail is rocky, but not difficult. The falls at the end are stunning when they are running.

Patrick Jacobs
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Hiking

The whole area is like something out of a book. Several waterfalls. Pictures of course don’t give justice

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R P.
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HikingRocky
Amanda Shady
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HikingRocky

Great trail to a beautiful view with my kids (9 & 4) and a kitty on the leash. Some slick spots for the 4year old but mainly because he kept wanting to get in the water.

Sarah Barnett
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Walking

Beautiful waterfalls!!

Tim Eaton
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Hiking

nice short hike with a great payoff at the end! (in wet season)

David Harris
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Mandy Peters
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Jason Wadley
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Rocky
Keith Turney
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HikingRocky

Beautiful waterfall!

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Gregory Taylor
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Rocky

This is an easy and quick trail that I added to another trail I did today. You park across the street from the trailhead. It isn't easy to spot so look by the black and yellow markings at the end of the guardrail. The falls were flowing low today but I still enjoyed the hike. I'll have to go back after a rainfall.

Gregory Taylor
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HikingRocky

This is a short and easy trail that I added on to another trail I did today. You park across the street from the trailhead. It isn't easy to spot so look by the black and yellow guardrail marker. The falls were low but it was still a nice hike. I'll have to come back after a rain.

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Taryn Douglas
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Hiking

Pretty, easy, and short!

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Stephanie Gilbert
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Hiking

This is a cute little place to stop for lunch or just to take a break. Park across the street, cross the first side of the two creeks at the fork, follow the right side of the left stream to the twin falls.

Cassandra Groff
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HikingBugsRocky

Small parking area across the road, and the trailhead is right next to the guardrail. There is a small waterfall to the right of the fork and the twin falls are to the left. There were some bugs, and it was rocky. Nice to sit and listen to the falls. Highly recommended!

JT Sampson
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Hiking

Amazing waterfall with easy access, and the side cascades-fall to the right before the fork is worth climbing up to explore: more and more stair steps of falls.

Michael Catlett
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HikingBugsRocky
Pink Lynx
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Natchick66 Nono
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