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Hiking Videos

Our collection of videos we have shot while hiking in the Ozarks. Come along with us on our hikes through these hiking videos. Check out some places you might like to hike, or just enjoy the hiking videos for a virtual trip to these majestic places in the Ozarks.

See this amazing waterfall and some other waterfalls and sights of interest along the way.
Field test of Mountain Munchies freeze-dried foods after a hike to Compton’s Double Falls.
A mid-February hike on the Richland Creek Wilderness near Witt Springs, AR. We visited 2 falls on this hike and saw some amazing sights.
Come along as we hike to Ken Smith & McClure Falls in the Upper Buffalo Wilderness in Arkansas.
Arkansas Waterfall Guidebook: https://amzn.to/34HZtOH
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The Big Bluff Goat Trail is a spur trail off the Centerpoint Trail in the Ponca Wilderness of the Buffalo National River. You start your hike at the Centerpoint trailhead next to Highway 43 at Compton, AR.
A video showing the highlights of hiking the Buffalo River Trail from the Steel Creek Campground to Ponca, AR.
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A short video trying out the GoPro Fusion 360 camera for recording our hikes. Hiking the Glory Hole Falls Trail. Find out more about this unique waterfall: https://lostintheozarks.com/glory-hole-falls
Cooking shrimp creole over a campfire on Christmas Day 2021.
Recipe: https://lostintheozarks.com/campfire-shrimp-creole
We went camping and waterfall hiking in the Richland Creek Wilderness of the Ozark National Forest in Arkansas for 5 days. I put together this video of our adventure.
Enjoy this short video of the sights and sounds of Blanchard Springs near Mountain View, AR.
The Indian Rockhouse trail is a popular hiking trail along the Buffalo River in Arkansas. Check out our views of the trail and what we consider the best way to hike the trail.
This is a day tour you can take to four great sites along Highway 14 in north Arkansas.
See our story on Gray Spring here: https://lostintheozarks.com/gray-spring-near-yellville-ar
Big Creek Cave Falls in Newton County, AR. Lots of photos, map, and directions in our post: https://lostintheozarks.com/big-creek-cave-falls
360° video from our hike to Bowers Hollow Falls in the Upper Buffalo National River Wilderness.
Some images from Tyler Bend Park in the Buffalo River National Park in Arkansas.
Mammoth Spring State Park is located in Mammoth Spring, Arkansas.
Views from Falling Waters Falls near Ben Hur, Arkansas.
We hiked the main trail and captured the amazing sights and sounds of Smith Creek Nature Preserve on a warm day in February 2020.
Lost Valley is a scenic wonder located near Ponca, Arkansas. The area includes a hiking trail, waterfall, and caves.
We introduce the new host of the Lost In The Ozarks channel and take a short hike into the Kings Falls Natural Area.
The Rush, Arkansas ghost town on the Buffalo River in Arkansas. This is a federally protected historical site full of history of the Zinc mines which once dotted the Ozarks. It sits along the Buffalo National River, the first federally protected national river in the US.
A couple of places to visit on the Buffalo National River near Jasper, Arkansas.
On a warm January day, I took a hike on the Lakeshore Trail in Table Rock State Park near Branson, MO.
Hiking King’s Bluff on the Buffalo National River near Sand Gap, Arkansas.
Bear Creek at the Highway 14 bridge near Bull Shoals Lake. Testing a new 4K action cam with underwater capability. Also a little aerial footage of the creek.
Paige Falls and Broadwater Hollow Falls near Compton, AR. We show photos of the falls as well as video of the drive along the 2-mile unpaved road from the falls back to the highway.
5/22/19 trip to Falling Water Falls. The cascade above the falls and the falls themselves are both right beside the road. The video also shows our drive-through to the Richland Creek Campground. We didn’t have time for the 2 1/2 mile hike to Richland Falls but we show you the trailhead in the video.
Shows the drive to Twin Falls outside Ponca, AR. If you like waterfalls this one should be on your list. But be cautious. The drive is VERY steep and rough. It is not recommended for passenger cars. Also, make sure your brakes are good before attempting.
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