Devils Backbone Wilderness Blue Spring Loop

Branson, Missouri

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On this hike, you’ll visit Blue Spring, climb along some blu?ines, then take a pleasant walk down to a perfect place for a picnic next to the North Fork of the White River. Then, get deep into the Devils Backbone Wilderness, eventually climbing onto an example of a backbone, a high narrow ridge with views through the trees to the east and west. Then, get deep into the Devils Back-bone Wilderness, eventually climbing onto an example of a backbone, a high narrow ridge with views through the trees to the east and west. I should probably call this Little Blue Spring on North Fork White River, so it isn’t confused with the Blue Spring on the Current River described in another hike. This is a much smaller spring at 7 million gallons per day.
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by Jim Warnock (Menasha Ridge Press)

On this hike, you’ll visit Blue Spring, climb along some blu?ines, then take a pleasant walk down to a perfect place for a picnic next to the North Fork of the White River. Then, get deep into the Devils Backbone Wilderness, eventually climbing onto an example of a backbone, a high narrow ridge with views through the trees to the east and west.

Then, get deep into the Devils Back-bone Wilderness, eventually climbing onto an example of a backbone, a high narrow ridge with views through the trees to the east and west. I should probably call this Little Blue Spring on North Fork White River, so it isn’t confused with the Blue Spring on the Current River described in another hike. This is a much smaller spring at 7 million gallons per day.

© 2017 Jim Warnock/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Branson
Distance: 10
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: 7 hours
Season: Year-round
Trailhead Elevation: 717 feet
Top Elevation: 1,138 feet
Local Contacts: Devils Backbone Wilderness, Mark Twain National Forest, 573-364-4621, tinyurl.com/devilsbackbonewa
Local Maps: USGS Cureall NW, Dora, and Siloam Springs
Driving Directions: Directions to Devils Backbone Wilderness: Blue Spring Loop

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