Buffalo River Hiking Trails
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Buffalo River Hiking Trails by Tim Ernst

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Published by Cloudland.Net .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sports,
  • Sports & Recreation,
  • General

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages136
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8684396M
ISBN 101882906403
ISBN 109781882906406

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  We carry this book with us when we go hiking just to be safe. There are 37 trails listed in the book. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is hiking in the Buffalo River area. Be sure to check out Tim Ernst's other books for other Arkansas trails/5(25). Buffalo River Hiking Trails Guide Book. Regular price $ Sale price $ Quantity. Add to Cart. Newly updated (April ) This bestselling guide has complete descriptions of over 30 hiking trails in the Buffalo River Area (including Hawksbill Crag). These trails range in length from less than a half mile, to more than twenty miles. This bestselling guide (#4 - updated September, )) has complete descriptions of over 30 hiking trails in the Buffalo River Area (including Hawksbill Crag). These trails range in length from less than a half mile, to more than twenty miles. There are even descriptions of how to get to some of the most scenic spots that don't have developed trails to them.   The only trails that allow dogs are the three Buffalo Point Campground trails (Forest Trail, Campground Trail, and Overlook Trail) and the Tyler Bend Campground trails (Spring Hollow Trail, Buck Ridge Trail, and Rock Wall Trail). Backcountry camping is allowed on the Buffalo River Trail and some of the park's other trails.

Hiking Trails Outside Buffalo National River View a map to these trails here. Whitaker Point (Hawksbill Crag) Is a beautiful moderate 3-mile R/T trail featuring a magnificent view, waterfall area, wildflowers and outstanding fall color. If the river is low, you can cross the Erbie Ford and visit a historic barn, plus, access the trailhead to the Goat Bluff, which is another nice 2-hour adventure. There's a lot to see in the Erbie area and we recommend having a good Trails Illustrated Buffalo National River map or Tim Ernst's excellent Buffalo River Hiking Trails book to help. The foreword was written by the late Neil Compton, the man who led the fight to save the Buffalo River. This book is the perfect companion for anyone who wants to hike in the Buffalo area for an afternoon, or for an entire week. Written by Tim Ernst, who lives in the Buffalo River area and hikes its trails . UPPER BUFFALO RIVER MAP PDFS. Click to download (and print!) a map of the river section(s) you'll be floating. Ponca to Kyle's Landing Kyle's Landing to Pruitt Buy Buffalo National River Maps. We carry excellent Trails Illustrated maps of the Buffalo National River in our store, which we can also mail to you in advance of your trip. Just give.

This is a very specific book about hiking trails in and around Buffalo National River in Arkansas. This is the first hiking book I have ever purchased or used, but it came highly recommended by the employees of Ponca Elk Education Center. It was so easy to use and navigate/5. B uffalo River Hiking Trails-$ More Info. A dd to Cart. O uachita Trail Guide 5th T rails Illustrated Buffalo National River West Half-$ T rails Illustrated Buffalo National A dd to Cart. O zark Highlands Trail Route Lower Buffalo Wilderness-$ A dd to Cart. More Info. A dd to Cart. Dealer Terms | Tim Ernst Bio. | Stores. Hiking Around the Buffalo River. No matter what time of year you come, hiking is a great option for explorers young and old. Whether the fall colors are burning, the spring flowers are blooming, waterfalls are rushing, or summer beauty is in full swing - no matter what, there’s always something to be seen. Center Point Trail This Trail leads through the Ponca Wilderness and descends feet to the Buffalo River — it’s quite strenuous on the return, having to climb it all back! The Primitive Trail at miles is a very nice alternative to hiking all the way down and back up.