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paige falls

Paige Falls Trail-Buffalo National River

Paige Falls Trail is a heavily trafficked trail inside the boundaries of the Buffalo National River park. Paige falls is a short but beautiful waterfall that appears to be spring fed. It has water flowing even in drier times.

The trail is short and it follows the creek bed which has been carved out of solid rock over the span of millennia. The Paige Falls trail takes a short but fairly steep fork to climb down to the falls. There are many natural rock formations on the trail. You can walk between huge boulders and the kids will have a blast exploring all the hidden spots on Paige Falls trail.

The creek shows how water erodes even bedrock with time. A short walk further along the trail brings you to Broadwater Hollow Falls.

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GPS Track

Paige Falls GPS Track

Paige Falls/Broadwater Hollow GPS Track


Elevation Data

Elevation plot

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Code

4P3M+X5 Harrison, Arkansas

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