Take your adventures in the Natural State to new heights.

Arkansas Climbing Services and Float Eureka bring you a whole new way to experience Arkansas! The Boston Mountains of Northwest Arkansas hide some of the best opportunities for rock climbing between the Appalachian and Rocky Mountain ranges. Miles of ancient sandstone and limestone bluffs pepper the impenetrable forests. Immerse yourself in this beauty with a guided rock climbing and rappelling excursions in the heart of Arkansas’ mountainous geology! With low guide to client ratios, our trips provide a safe, educational, and fun environment to experience the sport of rock climbing. Trips include climbing, rappelling, basic skills instruction, safety and risk management instruction, or more advanced techniques upon request.

How it works

Book your climbing adventure through the Float Eureka website. Our 4 Hour Half Day Trips begin begin at either 9:00 a.m. or at 1:00 p.m. and our 8 Hour Full Day Trips begin at 9:00 a.m. After booking, one of our guides will be in contact to discuss the parameters and expectations of the trip. Time slots may be negotiated within the availability of the booking date.

On the date of the scheduled trip, your guide/guides will meet your party at Horseshoe Canyon Ranch, a premier climbing destination in Newton County, Arkansas. Included in the trip is the entrance fee to the Ranch, as well as all climbing and safety equipment.



8 Hour Full Day Trip: $285 per person
Group Rate (5 or more) $215 per person

4 Hour Half Day Trip: $195 per person
Group Rate (5 or more) $160 per person

Cancellation Policy

Due to the strict time constraints and logistics, we are unable to offer refunds for cancellations within four days of the booking. If a last minute cancellation must be made, or in the event of inclement weather, you will be issued a “rain check” valid for the same booking at any point in the next year from the original date. (Redemption of the rain check is subject to availability; please contact us well in advance to redeem a rain check)


Photos courtesy of Arkansas Climbing Services.