This is the home page for the volunteer organization that built and maintains 197 miles of the 218 mile and growing Ozark Highlands Trail and the 15 mile Ozark Highlands Trail Lower Buffalo Wilderness Route in northwest Arkansas. All of our outings and meetings are open to the public and there is never any charge (club membership is required for work trips in order for you to be covered by government accident insurance). You can keep up with all of these activities by reading the online newsletter. There is some general information about the Ozark Highlands Trail, along with an overall map, and also a link to the online store where you can purchase guidebooks, maps, and other outdoor publications. There is also information about hike ratings and hiker responsibilities, plus a links page for other outdoor clubs and web sites of interest.
OHTA is a 501 (c) 3 charitable organization, with members in 20 or more states
Organized in 1981 to build, maintain, and ENJOY the Ozark Highlands TrailView website
Cow Paddy Run
The Cow Paddy Run is a historic Fayetteville run founded in 1989 to benefit Fayetteville's own Gulley Park. The proceeds from the original race helped create the park's path, gazebo, and other amenities that park patrons enjoy today. The new race directors' love for running, the Fayetteville community, and their interest in the healthy lifestyles of young people inspired them to bring back this wonderful race in 2011. The race continues in the path of philanthropy with proceeds going to the Fayetteville Public Education Foundation and the Cow Paddy Foundation.View website
Women's Outdoor Network
A source for Women's outdoor knowledge and connections in Northwest Arkansas.
To connect Women with outdoor knowledge and friends to share it with in Northwest Arkansas.View website