Click HERE to view and download our Sugarloaf Heritage Council Brochure (PDF)
The Sugarloaf Heritage Council in partnership with ASU-Heber Springs has completed four trails. Whether you choose a sunrise, a sunset, or a sunny day, the view is sure to please you at the top of Sugarloaf Mountain. It’s well worth the climb.
|Summit||.66||This trail leads to the base of the summit. It is the most difficult to negotiate because it is steep and slippery. There are rest areas along the way|
|Tonawanda||1.3||Hike around the base of the mountain on this trail of moderate difficulty and occasional uneven footing. Benches have been installed along the way|
|Hidden Pond||.25||Fully ADA compliant, this paved trail is relatively flat with good footing. There is also a 120 foot wooden bridge with seating along the way and a picnic table near the pond|
|Wildlife||1||Located in the bottom area west of Sugarloaf Mountain this trail will join the proposed 11 mile Sulphur Creek Trail heading west into Heber Springs. Sulphur Creek Trail is a project of Greers Ferry Lake Trails Council and the City of Heber Springs|
Click on the thumbnails below to view and download satellite and topography maps of the Sugarloaf Mountain Trails.
Maps courtesy of Michael Reed