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The Rush Mountain Trail is a moderately strenuous 0.5 mile hike. The trail is a loop trail that visits a number of zinc ore mines dating from the 1880's. Many old structures and 'tailing' piles remain from the peak of the mining era. The trail also travels along a ridge overlooking Rush Creek, Clabber Creek and the Buffalo River.

Directions: From Rush, Approximately 5.5 miles northwest of the Buffalo River Bridge on Hwy. #14. A well-marked side road turns north off #14.

Difficulty: Moderate/Strenuous

 
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Buffalo National River, Arkansas


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