SUGARLOAF HERITAGE COUNCIL
The Sugarloaf Mountain trails at ASU Heber Springs will re-open today (Tuesday, May 18th) at noon! We will be placing new signage at the entrances with a COVID-19 advisory and the hours of operation. All four Sugarloaf trails will open at 7:00 AM and will close at 8:00 PM, seven days a week. Hours will be revised as the COVID-19 danger diminishes. Please observe the six-feet social distancing rule and avoid large groups in the parking areas so that we can keep them open. Thank you for your cooperation!
In the fall of 2007, local citizens and Arkansas State University-Heber Springs personnel joined together to form the Sugarloaf Heritage Council (SHC). Their mission was to restore Sugarloaf Mountain in Heber Springs, Arkansas. The graffiti covering the face of the mountain was removed and the historic Summit Trail was restored.
To further develop this unique natural setting the SHC enhanced picnic and rest areas, additional trails and other recreational features.
Sugarloaf Mountain has a strong identity to Heber Springs and Cleburne County. It is visited by thousands every year who climb its “loaf” and hike its trails.
- The Summit Trail (difficult)
- The Tonawanda Base Trail (moderate)
- The Hidden Pond Trail (handicap accessible)
- Coming soon: Wildlife Nature Trail
We hope you’ll be one of our visitors soon!