Buford Mountain Conservation Area consists of 3,824 acres (15.48 km2) north of Ironton and southwest of Bismarck, Missouri. The area includes Buford Mountain at 1,740 feet (530 m) above sea level. The mountain consists mostly of rhyolite, with few permanent water sources. However, there are eight fishless ponds each about 0.25 acres (0.10 ha) in size.
The central feature, Buford Mountain, has the name of the local Buford family who settled the area. The Missouri Department of Conservation purchased the area from the Nature Conservancy in 1979. There is a hiking trail that traverses the area for 10.5 miles (16.9 km) and crosses the summit of Buford Mountain. Hunting is permitted in the area in the appropriate season with permits.
By elevation Buford Mountain is
# 3 out of 39 in Iron County # 3 out of 1058 in Missouri # 3 out of 134 in the Saint Francois Mountains
By prominence Buford Mountain is
# 1 out of 39 in Iron County # 3 out of 1058 in Missouri # 70 out of 3322 in the Ozark Highlands # 1 out of 134 in the Saint Francois Mountains
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