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Bear Creek Waterfalls, Ozarks south of Fort Douglas, (aka Mama Bear Falls), Swamp Falls, V-Slot Falls (aka Papa Bear Falls), Arkansas Waterfalls. V-Slot Falls Bear Creek, Ozark National Forest, Arkansas ##livnativ ##wanderfar ##explore ##arkansas +Arkansas - The Natural. Our journies exploring Northwest Arkansas -- including Just a bit further downstream is the 10 foot tall V-Slot Falls. V-Slot Falls is a falls that flows around a.
Bear Creek Canyon – Winter Hiking
Hiking guide Dan Nash explores a section of Bear Creek, which can offer some treacherous places. The trail is shared with horses so be alert and is pretty wide and easy to follow -- and the trail descends gently downhill. There is sometimes a beaver damn here you can cross, or some rocks in the water, or sometimes it's simply a wet-water crossing. However, since we didn't cross the creek at Van Dyke Spring, this was only our second water crossing. To get there, from Dover, go north on Highway 7 for Walking down to Bear Creek, we got a clear idea of just how dramatically the creek had carved away the rock, creating a deep, steep slot — a perfect vessel for water as it continued to rush with amazing force. Four members of our group decided to day hike, while the remaining 10 wished to camp overnight in the wilderness and continue exploring the area the next day.
Parking location 2 and Trail Head: Upper and Lower Halfway Falls: Free Roaming pets off leash, like Boomer, should be okay if they can do some climbing and scrambling. I would not take pets that need to stay on leash. The road is definitely too rough. I would never take my Harley on it. Today's hike was 3.
The highest-to-lowest elevation difference is feet. This is technically a bushwhack, but there are good volunteer trails in the area.
The hiking is fairly easy, especially this time of year, but I would still rate this as a difficult hike just because of the steep climb out. We had finally got a little rain, even some snow last night, and thought the waterfalls in this remote hollow would be starting to flow well. Unfortunately, Mother Nature blocked us as we tried to get into Wye Hollow.
As soon as we started dropping down to the parking location, we came to a large tree across the logging road. We managed to get around the first one but soon ran into many more that we could not. Wye Hollow is a huge drainage system that requires either driving a good 4WD down to a couple of locations or hiking for a couple of days, and we didn't have that kind of time.
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I'd failed in a previous attempt to find this waterfall more on that in a bit so was looking forward to heading back to the area to check it out. The Falls is named for it's "thundering" sound as the water comes over the edge into a slot canyon. So with a name and story like that, it's gotta be cool. There is a LOT to see and do in this area, so I do recommend you plan to spend plenty of time.
There are several ways to get to Erbie -- some are easy, and some not quite so easy. The easiest way is often coming in from Erbie Campground Road -- which is off Highway 7 about 3. However, this route requires crossing a low water bridge at the Buffalo River, which, if the water is high, will be unwise or impossible. So, given the recent rains, we came in the most consistent route and the one I recommend if you're here during waterfall season.
To get there this way, go North on Highway 7 from Jasper and go 4. Take NC 7. At some point you'll also see signs calling this CR which is the old name of the road before Newton County converted the road names to convert to a system a couple of years ago. There are a lot of country roads in here that intertwine and it can get a bit confusing -- but if you consistently stay on what seems to be the main road and look for CR 19 or NC road signs, you should be able to find it.
A map will obviously help. The GPS on your phone may or may not help depending on your cell service provider. Shortly before you get to the trail head, you will have to cross Cecil Cove Creek.
We crossed it without 4WD without a problem, but during VERY high water this could be treacherous and you may be out of luck. This was a wet day, but a couple of days after steady rains and it was no problem.
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