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Mountain View, Arkansas

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Top Chillin Spots in and near Mountain View

  • Batesville, Arkansas

    Climb at Jamestown Crag

    Jamestown Crag is just a few minutes south of Batesville and is one of the largest, most exposed areas of Atoka sandstone in Northeast Arkansas. There are 70+ well bolted sport routes ranging in difficulty from 5.5 to 5.13. The crag offers many top rope and lead routes, the tallest of which being...
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  • Heber Springs, Arkansas

    Paddle the Little Red River

    The Little Red starts at the base of Greers Ferry Dam. This river is crystal clear and is stocked with trout. Water temperature stays at around 46° F, so there is always a dense fog over the water creating a beautiful gloss over the area. Over time pieces of mountain have made their way down in a...
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  • Witts Springs, Arkansas

    Hike to Punchbowl Falls

    4 mi / -600 ft gain
    Go in the early Fall or late Spring! You start off on the Ozark Highland Trail. As you start walking along the trail you can see where people have slept the night before. Camping is acceptable out here, you do not have to pay, but the downside is that the closest town is about an hour away so if ...
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  • Witts Springs, Arkansas

    Richland Falls and Twin Falls of Richland Creek

    4.8 mi / 472 ft gain
    The hike to Richland Falls and Twin Falls of Richland creek begins at the Richland Creek Campground. From the entrance of the campground take the road to the right heading to the day use area.  The trailhead is found at the end of the day use area. The trail immediately begins with a crossing of...
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  • Sand Gap, Arkansas

    Relax at Falling Water Falls

    This is definitely a hidden gem located in the middle of nowhere. This waterfall is literally on the side of the road, which makes for a great place to stop and have lunch. During the summer it doubles as a swimming hole and great place to chill. Getting there: Take Hwy. 16 east from Pelsor (loc...
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