Something Incredible Is Lining The Shores Of This Gorgeous Arkansas River
We’ve already had a bit of a discussion about the Buffalo National River—with its scenic beauty, it would be hard not to. The Buffalo was the first river to be designated a national river, and it’s an extremely popular place to visit here in the Natural State because of its breathtaking beauty. There is something we need to talk about though, something we barely mentioned before, something that is an absolutely stunning feature of the Buffalo National River: the bluffs that line the upper portion of the river. Those bluffs are incredible, and they deserve some love.
Perhaps the most impressive among them is Roark Bluff. This intense bluff towers over 100 feet above the river.
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Some of the bluffs are “painted.”
They’re called that because it looks just like someone poured paint down them, but really this look is caused by water seeping over the top of the bluffs.
Whether you’re viewing them up close . . .
. . . or from far away . . .
. . . from a canoe on a lazy float . . .
. . . or from the bank on a lazy afternoon . . .
. . . the bluffs of the Buffalo National River are truly exceptional.
They’re gorgeous during every season . . .
. . . and from every angle.
They add a little extra majesty to your Buffalo River experience.
Which is already pretty majestic.