Whitaker Point Trailhead
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The trail isn't too long, but take water with you. When you get to the Hawksbill rock, do not try to get as close to the edge as you can! You can get a great photo without putting your life at risk.
It’s about a 2 hr drive but it’s totally worth it. It’s a beautiful 2 mile hike to the Hawksbill Crag.
Hawksbill Crag/Whitaker Point Trail - Popular 3 mile round trip hike to the most photographed landmark site in Arkansas. A must see when visiting the area. You will not be disappointed.
Hawksbill Crag/Whittaker Point - 3.0 miles round trip Hawksbill Crag is one of the most recognized spots in Arkansas because photos of it have been used in many publications about the state and the Ozark Mountains. It is an amazing rock outcrop that sticks out from a tall bluff located in the Upper…
Iconic Arkansas landmark. Be careful, but enjoy this prominent rock outcropping. I love hiking in at sunrise. The sunshine fills the valleys below.
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“Lost Valley - 3.5 Mile Round Trip You'll love this hike, it begins at Lost Valley Campground just off Highway 43 between Boxley and Ponca. You'll discover the "Siamese Beeches", two trees that have grown together over the years; the "Jigsaw Blocks", another natural bridge; then Cobb Cave which is a giant overhang you can walk back into. It was named thus because of the corncobs discovered there that were left by Indians many years ago. After that take a walk up to Eden Falls, which are absolutely beautiful. Then turn around and come back to the intersection, take a right and go to the cave. Be sure to take a good light with you. You'll have to crawl a short way, but then it opens up into a large room with a 35 foot waterfall.”
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“Sam’s Throne Sam's Throne is named for Sam Davis, buffalo hunter and firebrand evangelist who in the 1800's would climb to the top of the sandstone butte to preach his brimstone to the valley below. As for the legends of the area, from Old Sam to moonshine, may not be true, the one thing that is fact is the steep abundance of high-grade sandstone for rock climbing. In addition to the "Throne", this portion of the Ozark National Forest is home to several different climbing areas and has become "the place to come" for rock climbing enthusiasts. From Jasper, take Hwy 74 east to Hwy 123. At Mt. Judea when the road turns to gravel, turn here - you are then about 4.3 miles from Sam's Throne. Have a great time but be safe!”
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“The Buffalo River was the first river to receive National Landmark status. Depending on water levels it is a fantastic family experience. Canoes are provided. 2 hour 8 minute drive, 59 miles.”
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“From Creek's End, go out on 8920 to Hwy 16, then right. Stay left on 16/21... Trailhead not well marked. Steep hike, but worth it!”
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