The Devil’s Den State Park in Arkansas, is renowned for its rugged beauty and the Twin Falls is one of the many attractions of the park. Hiking the Devil’s Den Trail can be an exhilarating experience as it meanders through dense woods, across bubbling brooks and up and down rocky hillsides. Along the trail, hikers can also take in stunning views of towering rock formations and sparkling streams. As the name suggests, the trail can be a bit devilish at times, with steep climbs and hairpin turns, but the reward of reaching the Twin Falls makes it all worth it.
The Twin Falls is a popular spot for visitors to cool off after the hike, especially during hot summer months. The falls cascade down a series of rocky ledges into a small pool that beckons hikers to take a refreshing dip. The sound of the water gushing down the falls and the sight of the mist rising from the pool below can be a soothing balm for tired hikers. The area around the falls is also an ideal place for a picnic or just lounging around and enjoying the scenery.
To get to the Twin Falls, hikers need to follow the Devil’s Den Trail from the trailhead. The trail is well-marked and there are signs at the junctions to guide hikers in the right direction. It’s important to stay on the trail and not veer off into the woods, as this can lead to getting lost or damaging the delicate ecosystem. The Devil’s Den Trail is also a popular spot for bird watching, so hikers can keep an eye out for feathered friends along the way. Whether you’re an experienced hiker or just starting out, the Twin Falls at Devil’s Den State Park is a must-visit trail for anyone who loves nature and adventure.
I was using a Fujifilm X-T3 camera with a XF 18-55 mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS lens on a tripod.
- AV Mode
- Aperture f8
- ISO 160
- Shutter speed – 0.5 second
- Auto White Balance
- Multi Metering
- Focal Length – 24.3 mm
Here is a photo of the Dam at this same state park: Dam at Devil’s Den State Park