The waterfalls of the Buffalo National River Region, America’s first National River have majestic settings, cascading from limestone and sandstone bluffs. The tallest, at 209 feet, Hemmed-in Hollow Falls, is also the tallest between the Appalachians and Rockies. It is a difficult 5 mile hike, but hikers can also be rewarded by seeing the second tallest waterfall in Arkansas, Diamond Falls literally right around the corner.
For guests staying at Anedodi, Arkansas’ first luxury eco-lodge, it is possible to reach 15 waterfalls within an hour’s drive, including some easy hikes, like Dewey Canyon Falls, and Bumpers Falls. Fishermen can choose from year round trout fishing at the two main fishing rivers, the White River and North Fork, whilst the lakes - Lake Norfork and Bull Shoals are great for Large Mouth Bass, Walleye, Hybrid Striper, lots of crappie and of course catfish.
Anedodi are offering 7 nights for the price of 5 on all bookings made in 2010. The first of its kind in the Ozark Mountains, the lodge combines high-end features, such as double rainfall showers, egg baths and circular daybeds with eco-features like dual flush toilets, recycled tiles, reclaimed wood furniture, bamboo sheets, organic towels and Energy star appliances. For more information on the lodge, please see: http://www.anedodi.com