Glory Hole Falls Trail (Ozark Forest) Winter Pics

Glory Hole Falls Trail (Ozark Forest) Winter Pics photo
Glory Hole Waterfall with icicles

In February, I had my first hike on the Glory Hole Falls Trail in the Ozark National Forest. It was a great hike.

On the day of the hike, it had been above freezing for a few days (in Fort Smith, anyway), but I was pleasantly surprised to see there were still quite a few icicle formations at the stream that forms the waterfall. At the waterfall itself, there was the remnants of a large icicle hanging the length of the waterfall.

Glory Hole Falls Trail (Ozark Forest) Winter Pics photo
This is the hole in the top of the cave overhang. The Glory Hole waterfall is on the other side.

These are some photos from my hike. (Click here for Brent’s trail summary.)

Glory Hole Falls Trail (Ozark Forest) Winter Pics photo
The sign someone put on a tree marking where the Glory Hole trail starts.
Glory Hole Falls Trail (Ozark Forest) Winter Pics photo
Glory Hole Waterfall
Glory Hole Falls Trail (Ozark Forest) Winter Pics photo
The view of the woods from inside the cave overhang.
Glory Hole Falls Trail (Ozark Forest) Winter Pics photo
Glory Hole Waterfall
Glory Hole Falls Trail (Ozark Forest) Winter Pics photo
This is the cave overhand from the outside. In this photo, you can seek the large waterfall icicle in the cave.

You may want to check out these cell videos I took of the Glory Hole waterfall that day.

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