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I didn't find a site for the falls. Just enter "Glory Hole Arkansas" in the search, many reviews from many sites will come up; take your choice.The falls has cut a hole into a bluff and falls through the 4-ft thick rock.
Highway 16 East of Fallsville Ar. 6.3 Miles, Huntsville, AR 72628
Park your car on the side of the highway and follow the trail for 15 minutes.
The trail is easy but you may need to climb some rocks to get close to the hole, or go under the waterfall.
Falls are very dry at the...More
Easy hike for anyone. Our 4 year old did it with no problems. The rocks are slippery and i recomend only going if it has rained lately so thear is some good water flowing threw it. 5he hand prints on the walls are fun for...More
This was a neat find, but it wasn’t really all the hype made it out to be. For a true hiker, this is more like an ‘easy’ trail, fill-in the time or early morning warm-up hike. For the novice or those with physical limitations, it...More
So we did Hawksbill Crag, Lost Valley State Park, And this Hike and this one was definitely the least user friendly, one sign that that you can’t see from the road, you have to google location to know where you are going. If you’ve hit...More
You have to really want to find the Glory Hole Trail and Waterfall. Your best bet is to plug it into your phone's GPS and let it lead you to it. There are no signs indicating the trail head, but there is a wide spot...More
We were on a road trip for two weeks in the American southeast, and I had found this hiking trail recommendation on social media. That day we spent the morning and early afternoon just driving through the vast backroads of the Ozarks, viewing the scenery....More
We hiked Glory Hole on Sunday 5/14/17. The hike, with some wondering around the falls, was about 2.3 miles round trip. The trailhead is on the right side of the road about 6 miles after Fallsville heading towards Deer. It was about a 1.5 hour...More
This was a beautiful hike. The hike out was mildly strenuous but totally worth it. The trail was a beautiful hike and the glory hole is an amazing sight to see. The trailhead is literally on the side of the road. We went on a...More
My wife and I had read about this hike for several years and made it a weekend trip. We stayed in Clarksville and hit the trail early. The hike is short but intense. There are several small streams and lots of springs that join up...More
The trail is a little more complex than what I expected from what I had read. Twisting an ankle is a possibility. (I didn't). But be sure you are wearing the right shoes. The trail head isn't really well marked. There is no restroom and...More
Response from grldivr56 | Reviewed this property |
I can't recall explicitly. We used the website All Trails. And a hiking trail book by Tim Ernst. Glory Hole is out of Fallsville, AR. Park just off the road without going down to what looks like a parking area. We were in... More
I can't recall explicitly. We used the website All Trails. And a hiking trail book by Tim Ernst. Glory Hole is out of Fallsville, AR. Park just off the road without going down to what looks like a parking area. We were in a Dodge 2500 4wd. The surface roots with drop offs can be dicey!! Hope this helps. Have fun!
Response from fourhaydens | Reviewed this property |
It would be very rough on the dirt trail and almost impossible to see the falls from below. My husband has back problems and chose not to try to climb down rocks to get the view of water coming through the hole.