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Save 33% off our Arkansas hiking trails with the Arkansas Hiker Special! Includes: Ouachita Trail, Ozark Highlands Trail, Buffalo River Trail and Eagle Rock Loop

Ouchita Trail

Entire 223-mile Ouachita National Recreation Trail from Talimena State Park (Oklahoma) to Pinnacle Mountain State Park (Arkansas). 400 + waypoints, 450+ photos.

Ozark Highlands Trail

The Ozark Highlands Trail showcases the outstanding beauty of the Ozarks of Northwest Arkansas. This 164-mile trail stretches from Lake Fort Smith to the Buffalo River at Woolum. Nearly 300 waypoints, including water sources, campsites, and trailheads.

Buffalo River Trail

The 37.1-mile Buffalo River Trail follows the Buffalo National River, America’s first National River and one of the few remaining undammed rivers in the U.S.

Eagle Rock Loop

26.8-mile loop trail through the Ouachita National Forest via the Little Missouri Trail, Viles Branch Horse Trail, and Athens-Big Fork Trail. This trail is among the most difficult yet popular and hikes in Arkansas.



Download our guide to access the Buffalo River Trail map, tracks, waypoints, and comments! Follow the rugged scenic shores of America’s first National River on the Buffalo River Trail. This 37-mile trail follows the Buffalo National River. This is America’s first National River and one of the few remaining undammed rivers in the United States. The trail travels from Boxley Valley to Woollum where it joins the Ozark Highlands Trail. It follows the stunning and rugged landscape on the southern side of the river, passing epic views from cliffs, historical features including homestead sites and Civil War-era mining and logging sites, as well as a multitude of native wildlife. The route stays on the south side of the river to avoid river crossings. This is another great Southern trail to hike in the spring and fall.



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