The Ozark Mountains in Northern Arkansas provide some absolutely jaw-dropping scenes of nature’s beauty. From the flowing river waters to the great mountainous terrain, there is a piece of adventure for everyone. The only thing left to do is to get out and experience it!
Some of the world’s greatest adventures can be experienced from the seat of a canoe, and the Ozark Mountains are a great place to paddle through calm waters.
Adventurers riding the Buffalo River will be taken past eroded rock walls, capped with the changing colors of fall.
From atop the Ozarks, the mountains seem to be absolutely covered with fall trees, and against a stormy purple sky, the view is unlike any other.
Copperhead falls runs through the Ozark Mountains, surrounded by lush forests and unique rock sediments.
Looking out from Hawksbill Crag, the Ozarks can be appreciated in all their glory, with dense forestry creating a world of mystery on each mountainside.
When the trees begin to turn, the thick forests covering the Ozark mountainsides make for a breathtaking scene filled with color and new life.
Among the vast, mountainous landscape and dense forests, civilization is not completely absent, as exemplified here by this historic barn.
As the sun finally rises, the blue blanket of dew is pulled back, and the silhouettes of the mountains take shape against a yellow sky.
After centuries of erosion, this sedimentary rock surrounds a pool, fed by a small stream pouring out from the rock wall.
The Glory Hole Waterfall Trail is a popular hiking route for adventure seekers, who are rewarded for their trek with this waterfall pouring out from a ceiling of rock.
The Falling Water Falls are located in Arkansas just below the Ozarks, and the misty waterways are nothing less than spectacular to view.
The Six Finger Falls are a natural wonder, with layers of rock stepping downward to form a gorgeous waterfall.
When man’s industrial progression and nature’s wonder combine, we are left with fantastic scenes, such as the one pictured above.
Embedded in the mountains, Mirror Lake reflects the scenery around it and creates this awe-inspiring scene.
Large slates of rock jut out from their bases and send the running creek water over their edges, surrounded by dense autumn forests.
These mystical mountaintops show the tranquility that can be found in the otherwise lively and colorful Ozarks.
As the sun goes down over the Ozarks and the mountainsides go dark, the horizon is set ablaze by the setting western sun.