Just returned a couple of days ago from a trip to "the highest point in Arkansas (2700 feet). Doesn't sound like much but it was 10 degrees cooler than here in Texas or in the valleys below. The views were fantastic even though it was dry. The fall must be breath taking. Hiking and bike trails were plentyfull, but when you start at the top of a mountain there is only one way to go and that is down. And what goes down must come back up unless you cheat and take a car to the bottom of the trail for the trip back up
. Only 18 camp sites, W/E/S, and only about 4 of us brave soles hauling our trailers up. Several other tent campers. Very quiet and restfull. The pull up the mountain was interesting. In talking to the other RVers we all said the same thing. The engine sounded like it was a jet. The engine fan was full blast all the way. The climb was over 2000 feet in less than 8 miles. I was very interested in how the trip down would be but the tow/haul did it's job in controlling engine speed and engine braking so I really didn't have to do a lot of braking. Definatelly will go back.