A little more than a mile from Little Rock, Arkansas, nestled in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains, is the famed Pinnacle Mountain State Park -- 2,000 acres of lush greenery punctured by Pinnacle Mountain. The mountain rises 1,000 feet above its surroundings. Two trails in particular are notable for their beauty: the more leisurely West Summit Trail and the steeper East Summit Trail.

A little more than a mile from Little Rock, Arkansas, nestled in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains, is the famed Pinnacle Mountain State Park -- 2,000 acres of lush greenery punctured by Pinnacle Mountain. The mountain rises 1,000 feet above its surroundings. Two trails in particular are notable for their beauty: the more leisurely West Summit Trail and the steeper East Summit Trail.

It is still really pretty even if this scenic mill isn't so old. Arkansas love :)

This scenic old mill isn't actually that old...or a mill

Denali by Mike Criss “View of Mt. McKinley with misty lake. Talkeetna, Alaska” Equipment: Canon 40D, 28-135mm Mike Criss – Photographer based in Wasilla, Alaska. I travel throughout the state of Alaska and capture it’s unique landscapes and wildlife. Website: www.akphotograph.com

Denali by Mike Criss “View of Mt. McKinley with misty lake. Talkeetna, Alaska” Equipment: Canon 40D, 28-135mm Mike Criss – Photographer based in Wasilla, Alaska. I travel throughout the state of Alaska and capture it’s unique landscapes and wildlife. Website: www.akphotograph.com

Glacier Bay, Alaska _ An Alaskan cruise is an ideal way to see the state's stunning mountain and glacial vistas. In this photo provided by the Norwegian Cruise Line, the Norwegian Sky cruise ship is dwarfed by the scenic splendor.

Glacier Bay, Alaska _ An Alaskan cruise is an ideal way to see the state's stunning mountain and glacial vistas. In this photo provided by the Norwegian Cruise Line, the Norwegian Sky cruise ship is dwarfed by the scenic splendor.

Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park near Little Rock, Arkansas. This state park is both a park and an archeological research site. It is what remains of a Native American civilization which existed here from A.D. 600 - 1150. This park is listed as a National Historic Landmark. Great place to spend a day with your family learning about our nation's rich history!

Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park near Little Rock, Arkansas. This state park is both a park and an archeological research site. It is what remains of a Native American civilization which existed here from A.D. 600 - 1150. This park is listed as a National Historic Landmark. Great place to spend a day with your family learning about our nation's rich history!

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