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Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Wordless Wednesday: Hiking in Arkansas: Final Hikes

We recently returned from a week of hiking in Arkansas.

The first day we did two hikes: Hiking in Arkansas: Lost Valley Trail and Hawksbill Crag Trail.

The second day we hiked Pedestal Rock.

We did a hike each day for the next three days.


ALUM COVE TRAIL

Alum Cove Natural Bridge Recreation Area

1.69 mi.

272 ft. elevation gain

1 hr. 8 min.




SEVEN HOLLOW TRAIL
Petit Jean State Park
4.64 mi.
653 ft. elevation gain
3 hr.








CEDAR FALLS TRAIL
Petit Jean State Park
2.32 mi.
404 ft. elevation gain
1 hr. 28 min.






TOTAL: 20.55 mi. hiked over 6 days




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13 comments:

  1. I love hiking, and this looks like a fabulous place to stretch your legs!

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  2. Lovely pictures of what must have been a wonderful time spent in the wild. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. I love your hiking pictures. Finding great spots like those are fun.

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  4. I love these pics. The cave one is great, and that overhead shot through the rock...

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  5. Beautiful pictures, Deb! Those rock formations are amazing. I especially like the cave. We saw some similar formations when we hiked in Colorado.

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  6. Those hikes look lovely. I particularly like the rock formations and the water.

    Thanks for stopping by my Wordless Wednesday this week!

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  7. I visited Petit Jean when I lived in Arkansas back in the early 1980's. I haven't bee to the other two places but Alum Cove, especially, seemed so beautiful. When I lived there, the state slogan was "Arkansas is a Natural" and that's so true.

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  8. Fun to see we did the same trails, and we have pictures that are very similar! I so enjoy this part of Arkansas!

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  9. It looks like you went at a perfect time. What beautiful parks -- and you had good weather for hiking!

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  10. Pretty country, love it! Thx for sharing ...

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  11. IMPRESSIVE!
    Beautiful photos, as well

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