(Advertisement)

Guide gives hikers Devil’s Den tour

Walk along Yellow Rock Trail similar to ones planned for New Year’s Day

Posted: December 29, 2013 at 4:36 a.m.

NWA Media/ANDY SHUPE - Terry Elder, a park interpreter at Devil's Den State Park, points out geological features as she leads a group of hikers Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013, on a hike along the Yellow Rock Trail. "First Day Hikes" are scheduled at Arkansas State Parks on Wednesday to help people start the new year with an experience outside.

Terry Elder, a Devil’s Den State Park interpreter, described key features of the park Saturday as shadows from clouds drifted along the Boston Mountains behind her.

This story is only available from our archives.

Arkansas, Pages 13 on 12/29/2013

(Advertisement)



« Previous Story

Kwanzaa’s 3rd day implores action

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/RICK MCFARLAND --12/28/13--  Ricky Howard on saxaphone and Ojima Robinson, both of Little Rock, on a drums share a light moment during a celebration of Kwanzaa at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock Saturday. Kwanzaa was created in 1966 as the first specifically African-American holiday and is based on the seven principles of African Heritage. It begins the day after Christmas and lasts until New Years' Day.

Day three of the seven-day community Kwanzaa celebration in Little Rock featured a saxophonist, a drummer and ... Read »

Next Story »

56,944 working full time for state

The number of full-time state employees increased by 65 last fiscal year, the second-slowest growth in the number of state employees during at least the past 27 years, offi... Read »