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By Tim Ernst:
This expanded guide is the most complete resource available on Arkansas Hiking Trails. It contains 78 maps and complete descriptions of trail all over the state - from short nature walks to long-distance hiking trails.
Mulberry River- A free-flowing stream, unimpeded by dams. The head-waters originate in the heart of the Boston Mountains, which are the highest and the most rugged of all the Ozarks. The flat-top ridges and deep hollows of the Mulberry watershed were once roamed by Osage, Choctaw, and Cherokee Indians as well as Spanish and French explorers. No major springs feed the river, so the river level is determined by the amount of recent rainfall. The Mulberry flows approximately 62 miles West-Southwest to its confluence with the Arkansas River. In 1992, the Mulberry River was included in the National Wild and Scenic River System. Most rapids on the Mulberry are considered class I or class II, some rapids are considered class III at higher water levels.
The bandana is one of the most versatile pieces of equipment any backpacker, hiker, floater or camper can carry. We just made it much more useful. River RagsTM map out the river with all the points of interest.
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