Sixty Foot Falls Trail via Mulberry Mt. Lodge

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Ozark National Forest

Sixty Foot Falls Trail via Mulberry Mt. Lodge is a 2.5 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Ozark, Arkansas that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, camping, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round.

Length2.5 miElevation gain715 ftRoute typeOut & back
CampingHikingMountain bikingWalkingForestRiverWaterfallMuddyRockyFee
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Getting There

All caves and mines are closed in the Ozark-St. Francis National Forests. For more information, please visit https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/osfnf/notices/?cid=STELPRDB5213741. This is an alternate route that is easier to follow via the Mulberry Mt. Lodge Area, The trail can be accessed year around. The trail host three main waterfalls being Spirit Mt. Falls, Mt. Fork Creek Falls , and Sixty Foot Falls. Maps are provided at the Mulberry office and a $3 day pass fee is required to access the trail from this side

The mulberry Mt Lodge has a small store as well as shower houses and restrooms available

Mulberry Mt. Lodge (479) 667-1919

Easiest way to find the trail is to head to the address below, once arrived the personal show the location of the trail head but it is also easy to find as well as it follows and off-road trail the majority of the way leading you to the falls 9306, 4117 Mulberry Mountain Loop, Ozark, AR 72949

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Sarea Birmingham
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Loved all three of the falls! Would totally do this again!

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Stacy Bailey
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HikingFee

This trail is located in a very developed camping area. You have to pay $5 to park. The whole way is down hill; very steep at times for about 35 minutes. It took us 20 mins to figure out how to cross the river to get to the actual falls. Swift water and slippery rocks made the crossing pretty scary. When we got to the falls, it was only a trickle. We saw better waterfalls on the side of the road just driving to the spot. Then it’s a steep and long uphill hike back. If you’re looking for a fun waterfall, skip this trail and go to Bingham Falls; it’s about 25 mins away, super short hike and WAY more beautiful. Do NOT recommend.

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Hayden Dorsett
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Hiking

Good little trail that’s definitely best enjoyed after a good rain fall. The hike back up is a little strenuous but worth it.

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Emily Neisler
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Ben Baser
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HikingFeeMuddy

Went a few months ago and there were so many ATVs along the trail at the bottom that we had to keep getting off to the side to let them pass. The elevation gain going back can be rough if you’re not used to it

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Grant Masini
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Hiking

Great little hike. It was still icy today so yaktrax and poles were a must. Most people would probably appreciate having poles in any season. Took about 20 minutes to stroll down to the creekbed and probably double that on the way back up. The trail to the creekbed is easy to follow although unmarked. As far as the falls go, here’s what I would recommend (note: I didn’t check out the fall to the northwest on the map). When you get to the creekbed drop your stuff, have a snack, and you can take a sharp left to enjoy the pleasant little stream with small waterfalls. Then go back, cross the creek right where you initially arrived and follow the ATV path to the right. Soon you’ll arrive at Sixty Foot Falls. Beautiful icicles for me today, hopefully rushing waters when you arrive. If you want, you can cross over to the higher ground to the right of the falls and there is a somewhat sketchy path up above the falls which was a nice view. I, however, got confused and thought there was a path to the falls to the northwest and created my own path scrambling up the bluff, as you can see on the recording. I don’t really recommend. This might be the way to the falls I didn’t go to, but I didn’t see any kind of path. If you want an easy stroll along the creek before the hike back up, just follow the ATV path and admire the water. Happy hiking!

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Zachary Frazee
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Luke Wadley
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Jenna Mueller
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Benjamin Allison
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Bev Munstermann
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Katie Woolevs
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This trail has a really great waterfall at the end of the trail. However, the hike back up is really challenging. Be mindful of that if you aren’t an experienced hiker. The water was really clear and blue, and we could have sat by the water watching the waterfalls all day.

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Mike O'Connor
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Bev Munstermann
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What a fun, adventuresome hike! Followed an old ATV path DOWN the mountainside about .8 mi and came to the creek. Went to the left, up alongside the creek, to Spirits Mt Falls first. All 3 falls were running good. Hiked back to the fork in the creek, which we had to cross to get to Mountain Creek Falls. This was more of a bushwhack. Followed the creek for a bit and ended up on the hillside. So many briars and brush, so went a bit higher along the bluff line and the falls were easier to get to. Saved 60 Ft Falls for last, which was easiest to get to because there was an open trail to follow. Each time we crossed the creek, we were able to hop rocks and stay dry, but it was a bit of a challenge to find the best and safest place to cross. Went up behind 60 Ft Falls to eat our lunch before the trek out. Too tired to scramble to the top of the falls to see the cascade. Fun to explore these 3 falls that are all within a mile of each other. Counted 17 stops to catch our breath on our way out, which was very doable for our 78, 67, and 50 year old group.

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Carl Schneider
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Mark Kidder
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Trail itself was a bit sketchy. The hike is totally worth it tho!

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tina johnson
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HikingFeeRocky

Bring your walking sticks! I’d rate it on the harder side of intermediate, especially the climb back up. Lots of loose rocks and leaves to slip on. But definitely worth the effort.

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Hong Tran
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Hiking

Lots of brush. Tricky to get to 2 waterfalls, 60 ft waterfall is mostly clear. Some stream crossings. Overall a good hike!

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karen calafat
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Steep and rocky, but worth the effort to see 3 waterfalls in a short hike.

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Leslie Reagor
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Straight down, steep hill, prepare for the trek back up!

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David Nehmer
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Really, really steep down. Decided to call it and head back up after about 45 minutes. It’s dry now—if the falls were running, we might have pushed through. The trail is very rocky so be prepared.

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Sarah Bowen
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This hike was awesome! The hike out is no joke. Very steep on the way back, but very doable with hiking boots.

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Jonathon Davis
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Dan Greim
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Ryan Joyner
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Gorgeous waterfalls but be prepared to be run over by hundreds of ATVs. Literally hundreds! The trail to the three falls was designed for ATVs so get ready for mud, drunk atv people, and stopping to let them by. The hike itself back up was more hard than moderate. All in all the waterfalls made it worth it though.

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