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Thursday, July 21, 2011
Liles Falls in Upper Buffalo River Wilderness; near Jasper, Arkansas
Liles Falls is a beautiful waterfall in the Upper Buffalo Wilderness a few miles out of Jasper, Arkansas. the falls can be accessed off of Highway 7 by turning onto the Erbie campground road; a somewhat rough but solid gravel road you follow for 3 or 4 miles until you cross a small stream; park on the right. you just follow the stream down to some cascades then to Liles Falls, crossing over another trail on the way. the trail down below Liles Falls is narrow and treacherous; in wet weather it would be a good spot to take a fall; so hikers should be ultra cautious on this little path. some photos of this area are below: image 1