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Relatively easy hike. From the trailhead it’s a simple walking path for about 0.8 miles. After this you are truly hiking. Lots of stone steps, just take care not to slip and it’s a short jaunt to the cave and falls. Didn’t see any falls...More
This hike was great. The first half of it is gravel paved. You are able to see a waterfall, natural bridge, an opened up cavern, and a cave. The Eden fall cave leads back into a large open dead end that has natural spring falling...More
This excursion can be as strenuous as you want to make it. Waypoints are: Eden Falls, Cobb Cavern, and Eden Falls Cave. They were all beautiful even though we visited during a dry point in the season. If you are adventurous you can climb through...More
Absolutely loved this hike. A portion of this hike at the beginning is very flat and accessible. The entire trail is not too difficult, but there are some elevations changes if you hike down to the falls and up to the cave. There are facilities...More
This is my favorite hike in the region. Great for people of all hiking abilities since it’s an out and back trail and you can turn back or rest on a bench if it gets too strenuous. Several cool caves along the way as well....More
Just a short drive from the hustle of Branson is a marvelous natural adventure. The trails were nice and the scenery was great. There hadn’t been any rain so we hiked through the dry riverbed some of the way. The caves were amazing and wish...More
This was my favorite trail of the trip!!! First was a natural bridge you could hike through. Then Cobb cave which is this huge hole in the side of this rock hill. Then Eden Falls appropriately named. Then the best part is hiking through a...More
Lost Valley is a nifty little trail in the Ozarks. It offers a lot and asks little from its patrons. I had time for only one hike, so I had to choose between this and the crag, but I am glad I chose this one....More
It’s not a particular time of year they just have to have a lot of rain. You can follow the Buffalo Outdoor center to give you water levels and rain amounts. There are so many beautiful views worth seeing.