Find Your Peak
Are you afraid of heights? If you answered “no,” Arkansas State Parks offer rock climbing adventures for beginners and advance climbers. Experienced rock climbers can rappel and rock climb on the south bluff of 2,753-foot Mount Magazine, Arkansas's highest mountain (which also offers camping and cabins). You can test your technical climbing skills on the 1,011-foot southern side of Pinnacle Mountain, just miles from Little Rock. Or you can find high-flying fun in other places: how about a wild state-of-the-art treetop adventure rope course at The Ozark Folk Center in northern Arkansas.
If you’re wondering where to go rock climbing in Arkansas, check out the state parks below and get started on your trip planning! Contact the visitor centers at Mount Magazine and Pinnacle Mountain state parks to learn more about the sport, trad climbing at the parks, how to register to climb and the approach.