Images below can be downloaded and used for personal use only. If you would like higher resolution images or would like permission for other uses, please contact JoplinOutdoors.com. This waterfall can be found in the book “Arkansas Waterfalls Guidebook” by Tim Ernst on Amazon.Read More →

The Video below can be downloaded and used for personal use only. If you would like higher resolution video or would like permission for other uses, please contact JoplinOutdoors.com. This waterfall can be found in the book “Arkansas Waterfalls Guidebook” by Tim Ernst on Amazon. Sometimes Facebook won’t load Youtube videos in itsRead More →

Images below can be downloaded and used for personal use only. If you would like higher resolution images or would like permission for other uses, please contact JoplinOutdoors.com. This waterfall can be found in the book “Arkansas Waterfalls Guidebook” by Tim Ernst on Amazon.Read More →

A few weeks ago, on the spur of the moment, I decided to take a hike in Arkansas. I sent out a few messages looking for someone who wanted to go on one of my adventures. My friend Brad Mace was the first to respond with “Lets Do It!”. IRead More →

Images below can be downloaded and used for personal use only. If you would like higher resolution images or would like permission for other uses, please contact JoplinOutdoors.com. This waterfall can be found in the book “Arkansas Waterfalls Guidebook” by Tim Ernst on Amazon.Read More →

One thing I have learned to love about outdoor adventures is the discovery. Of course, others have been there before me and have seen what I have, but it’s about the excitement for me to discover it for myself. Because of this, I have changed my views on giving tooRead More →

I have been wanting to write about this for some time now. It’s something that I see alot. When heading outdoors, people do not prepare for the worse case senario. I’m always reading stories of people dying in the backcountry, and the majority of the time it’s very preventable ifRead More →

Indian Creek is found in the Buffalo National River watershed near Jasper, AR. It consists of many small and large waterfalls and is the home of the rock formation known as the Eye of the Needle. With a very primitive trail and an altitude change of 660 ft., this isn’t your family-friendly hike.Read More →