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Eagle Rock Loop
Glenwood, AR-This is the longest loop trail in the state of Arkansas. The Eagle Rock Loop Trail is very popular with out-of-state hikers as well as native Arkansans. The loop is a combination of parts of the Little Missouri, Viles Branch Equestrian, and Athens–Big Fork Trails. Hiking Trails
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Ouachita Trail
Mena, AR-This long, tough trail offers the scenic grandeur of voluminous mountains, broad valleys, and clear-running streams. Elevations range from 600 to more than 2,600 feet. The trail is an excellent challenge for backpackers, but some sections are ideal for day hikes thanks to numerous access points. Distance: 224.0 miles from the western trailhead at Talimena State Park in Oklahoma to Pinnacle Mountain State Park in Arkansas. Hiking Trails
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Ozark Highlands Trail
Alma, AR-This scenic wilderness trail traverses the Ozark National Forest and ends at the Buffalo National River. Established by a presidential proclamation in 1908, the Ozark National Forest covers 1,055,000 acres, mostly in northwest Arkansas. Hiking Trails
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Buffalo River Trail (Western Section)
Clarksville, AR-The trail runs roughly parallel to the Buffalo River through wilderness areas and along multicolored palisades. The trail leaves the parking area, crosses AR 21 and Smith Creek, and starts meandering along a course that passes wide open fields, springs, several streams, and old homesites Hiking Trails
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Butterfield Trail
Winslow, AR-This backpacking trail, which loops through Devil’s Den State Park and part of the Ozark National Forest, features scenic views, historic sites, waterfalls, and geologic benches. Devil’s Den State Park lies at the bottom of Lee Creek Valley in the Boston Mountains of northwest Arkansas Hiking Trails
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Little Missouri Trail
Salem, AR-This trail winds along a portion of the Little Missouri River, with outstanding views of waterfalls, wildlife, and hardwood and old-growth pine trees. The Albert Pike Recreation Area, located about 45 miles southwest of Hot Springs, is one of the most popular spots in the Ouachita National Forest. Hiking Trails
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Devil's Den State Park
West Fork, AR-Devil's Den State Park is mountain bike heaven. The park management enthusiastically supports the sport of mountain biking, and most trails in the park are open to cycling. The two loops most used by mountain bikers are the Fossil Flats Trail, an easy three-mile loop that is excellent for beginners, and the Holt Road Loop, a ten-mile double-track over rocky terrain. Hiking Trails
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North Sylamore Trail
Mountain View, AR-This trail follows the pristine waters of North Sylamore Creek and passes through a wide variety of scenery, from creek bottoms to mighty bluffs. Follow the fence until it ends and then turn left and cross North Sylamore Creek on large, flat rocks. The trail, which is well marked with hiking symbols on posts, features wet-weather waterfalls and impressive bluffs. Signs show the way at road intersections and access points. Hiking Trails
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Womble Trail
Story, AR-The Womble Trail, a 37-mile point-to-point with an 8 mile loop at its northeastern terminus, is one of the best single-track trails. The designers did a superb job here. Switchbacks are used to keep grades manageable, and the trail surface is uniform hardpack with a few rocky stretches. Even beginners will seldom have to portage, unless they are not in good enough physical condition to handle the climbs Hiking Trails
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