Map updates to be unrolled for river, trail

Guides were decades old

Posted: January 20, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/RYAN McGEENEY Kristian Underwood of Winslow treks Wednesday morning along the Ozark Highlands Trail near Cass with his dog, Tiggie. Underwood, a professional cartographer, is producing the first map updates in decades for the Ozark trail and the Mulberry River.

Topographical maps, modernized for the first time in several decades, will soon be available for two of the most iconic outdoor recreational features in Northwest Arkansas.

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