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Starting from Cameron Bluff, the trail winds down the mountain to a broad bench where virgin oak, gum and ash are found.

Located on the western side of the state and at 2,753 feet, Mount Magazine is Arkansas's highest mountain. From Cameron Bluff, the trail winds down the mountain to a broad bench where virgin oak, gum and ash are found. This is truly a unique mountain setting, offering some of the most expansive views in Arkansas. There are two trails available here, one is the shorter loop trail called "Cove Lake Loop" which is an easy trail and the second is the longer and more strenuous "Cameron Bluff to Cove Lake".

Directions: From Havana, Travel 12 miles north on State 309.

Distance: 14.2 miles

Difficulty: Easy

 
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Ozark-St. Francis National Forests, Arkansas


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