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Moderate sport climbing on good Arkansas sandstone.

Access issues

The Climbing area is on the Jamestown Wildlife Management Area. The last section of the road in is leased to a logging company. While you can pass through, be careful not to park beyond the orange gate beyond nightfall. It's not known when the gate may be locked or unlocked, so it's best to park before it (again watching for logging trucks and avoiding them).


From the intersection of Hwy 167 and Hwy 230, take Hwy 230 west for 5 miles. Take a left (south) on Jamestown Loop Rd. Continue on Jamestown Loop Rd for 3 and a bit miles and turn right on an unmarked dirt road just past a Jametown W.M.A sign. Follow the road for 2 miles to hit the cliffs (but be wary of the Access issues).

Where to stay

Motels in Batesville. Camping is allowed in the W.M.A. areas, but be sure to park outside the orange gate and off the road as logging trucks will use it at times.


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