Glory Hole is a 31' waterfall inside of Ozark-Saint Francis National Forest.
This 2 mile out and back trail is well traveled and easy to follow. You will cross a couple of smaller drainage creeks, along with several smaller falls as you hike down to The Glory Hole.
In places, this trail can be rocky, and you will also step over many embedded tree roots. Expect this path to be muddy at times.
The Glory Hole is unique by virtue of the way in which the water has worn into the rock ledge and created a hole that it now flows through, and out into the large cavern below. The cavern can be explored and accessed by working your way down and over the rocks to the right hand side.