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* Hot Springs Mountain Trail, Arkansas – this is an easy to moderate trail in the Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas. It is an approximately 2-mile loop. This trail also crosses several roads, so the hiker must be careful when crossing them.
When using the map of the National Park Service, the Hot Springs Mountain Trail is the blue trail. Follow the blue paint on the trees.
Also, when you do this trail, it is best to take it slow and observe what is around you. One of the things that we found fascinating in this trail are the sharp rocks on the trail.
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Hot Springs Mountain Trail: Arkansas