This is a helpful USFS overview map of the Ozark National Forest. It has icons indicating all the USFS recreation sites as well as National Wilderness Areas, National Scenic Areas, and district ranger offices.The version on the USFS website (here) has many clickable links.Or you can download the map as a pdf here.
Saturday, I hiked what I have labeled as segments 03-A and 03-B of the Ouachita Trail. This is a 2.5 mile section that begins at Queen Wilhelmina State Park and continues East until it intersects with Highway 88 (of the Talimena Scenic Drive). The first half-mile or so it is the same as the State Park’s Lover’s Leap Trail.
It’s not that difficult a trail segment overall. There is some up and down climbing, but there are also long stretches on a relatively level ridge.
As you would expect, the trail has some great views from Rich Mountain.