This is one of the most famous hiking spots in Arkansas and consists of a large rock outcropping that sticks out over a very tall bluff. The trail to this spot is also pretty, as it runs part of the way along a small stream and the remainder of the way along the bluffline overlooking a scenic canyon. This trail is full of great views, spectacular rocks and a couple of water features during the wetter seasons.
Take Hwy 43 South to Hwy 21. Turn left. Go about two miles to the Boxley Bridge that crosses the Buffalo River. Turn right onto gravel road #9560 and go about 6 miles. About 1/4-mile from the trail head, you’ll pass the Cave Mountain Church & Cemetery on the right. Trail head parking is limited, so if you’re arriving on a Saturday (especially in the spring and fall), expect to have to park along the roadside.