Sat, Oct 26|
Ozark Natural Science Center
Tea Kettle & Reynolds Falls Hike
These hidden gems have no trail to follow and can be difficult to find on your own, so let our teacher naturalist lead you there.
Time & Location
Oct 26, 2019, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Ozark Natural Science Center, 1905 Madison 1305, Huntsville, AR, USA
About the Event
Join our team of teacher naturalists on a hike to discover the wonders of two hidden treasures of the Ozarks. Tea Kettle Falls is a glorious 46 foot falls that spills out of the top of the bluff line after it twists and turns its way through solid rock. This unique waterfall shows best after heavy rains but even when it isn't flowing, the setting surrounding it still stunning. But there is more to come as we walk upstream along Warm Fork Creek to a lovely grotto and Reynolds Falls. This is a well kept secret around these parts which will not disappoint. Linger and enjoy a falls that offers otherworldly enchantment as you enjoy the wildflowers, ferns and the beauty of water cascading into the lovely pool at its center.
This hike will take about 5 hours round trip. Since there is no designated trail, hikers should be prepared to navigate over rough and steep terrain. We will still hike if it is cold or there is a light rain since the waterfall is best when it is wet anyway. All hikers should come with their own hiking gear and dress for the weather. Bring plenty of water, snacks, and a sack lunch to eat at the waterfall.
Registration is required and space is limited.
Bring your own sack lunch. Please do not bring alcohol, glass, small children, or pets on this hike.
Due to limited ticket availability in our program, all tickets must be paid for prior to the event. Thank you for your understanding!
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No refunds or transfers to other programs after October 12th.
Photo credits: Jeremy Ten Haken
Tea Kettle & Reynolds Falls
Your ticket includes guided, instructional hike to Tea Kettle & Reynolds Falls