North Sylamore Trail

Mountain View, Arkansas

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This trail follows the pristine waters of North Sylamore Creek and passes through a wide variety of scenery, from creek bottoms to mighty bluffs. Follow the fence until it ends and then turn left and cross North Sylamore Creek on large, flat rocks. The trail, which is well marked with hiking symbols on posts, features wet-weather waterfalls and impressive bluffs. Signs show the way at road intersections and access points.
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Hiking Arkansas

by Janie & Wyatt Jones (Falcon Guides)

This trail follows the pristine waters of North Sylamore Creek and passes through a wide variety of scenery, from creek bottoms to mighty bluffs.

Follow the fence until it ends and then turn left and cross North Sylamore Creek on large, flat rocks. The trail, which is well marked with hiking symbols on posts, features wet-weather waterfalls and impressive bluffs. Signs show the way at road intersections and access points.

© 2004 Janie & Wyatt Jones/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Mountain View
Distance: 15
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: USGS Sylamore, Fifty-six, Calico Rock
Topo Map: North Sylamore Trail Topographic Map
Guide Book: Hiking Arkansas Guide Book
Driving Directions: View Directions
Trail Directions: View Guide

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10/15/2008

Great hiking trail, we hike it every year. Tremendous color in the fall with several pretty views down into the creek valley. We plan to backpack it this spring. I want to see it without the foliage. For the most part it's an easy hike but well worth it. Gunners pool area is my favorite especially for camping but mirror lake at Blanchard Springs is beautiful with turquoise water. I took pictures of a family of otters in the lake last fall. I highly recommend this trail any time of year. DeWayne C

4/1/2008

The recent flood in the area made some areas of the trail a bit rough. We hiked parts of all three sections. Frequent log jams, downed trees and trail washed out in parts. Didn't stay all night at all because the weather was stormy with tornado watches. Just did three day hikes. However, it is still a wonderful hike and the area still beautiful.

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