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Description [Suggest Change]
Secluded area in the Buffalo National River Wilderness. Great potential for high-quality traditional lines. Be aware of your impact in this area. At the cliff-edge, walk left about 50-75 foot to find a scramble down to the base of the cliff or rappel in. The sandstone is very competent and bomber for amazing gear placements. No power drills allowed ever.
Getting There [Suggest Change]
Hideout Hollow is located off Route 43, about 17 miles southwest of Harrison, and 9 miles north of Ponca. Turn off Route 43 onto County Road 19 (Erbie Road). You will pass a few homes and barns, but keep following the most logical dirt road. There will be a sign for another trailhead, down a road that turns off to the right, but you should ignore that sign, and keep going straight. About 3 1/2 miles after turning off the highway, you'll see a dirt parking lot on the left. Pull in, and you'll see the Schermerhorn/Hide-Out Hollow sign at the start of the trail.
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