Detoured off I-540 to hike at Devil’s Den State Park in NW Arkansas. Followed unmarked paths to crevices and blazed trails to caves. Didn’t make it too far into this one. Next time, I’ll pack a flashlight.
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One of the best detours you’ll ever make Tanner! A beautiful, beautiful park.
Hey, I LOVE Devil’s Den SP. It was one of my favorite playgrounds in High School and at U of A as well. A super cool place to hand, explore, hike.
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