By Patricia Stenger Sharpe
A needs to for each severe walker, this convenient pocket guidie presents details at the many mountaineering trails to be had within the scenic kingdom of Alabama. An avid hiker herself, Pat Sharpe has been there, is aware the terrain, the vegetation and the fauna, the pitfalls . . . and the wonderful great thing about the nation skilled from it mountaineering trails.
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Inside the canyon, several obvious pathways lead along the stream and past numerous previously used campsites. The main trail follows the stream past huge boulders and towering canyon walls all the way to its intersection with the Sipsey River and FST 209. 2 miles Description: This easy hike starts on the north side of the wilderness area off FS 224 (Bunyan Hill Road). The trail, which tops the ridgeline for its entire length at some of the highest elevations in the wilderness area, presents no real hazards, although some deadfalls create a nuisance.
Noccalula Falls Park 9. Monte Sano State Park 10. Madison County Nature Trail 11. River Mont Cave Historic Trail, Inc. 12. De Soto State Park 13. De Soto Scout Trail 14. Palisades Park 15. Point Mallard Park Page 10 Page 11 Muscle Shoals Reservation The Old First Quarters Small Wild Area is a facility of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Regional National Heritage Project, which works to identify and protect significant natural areas throughout TVA regions. The Small Wild Area and its trails seek to give visitors to the Muscle Shoals/Wilson Dam reservations a representation of the terrain, plants, and animals of this northwestern Alabama locale.
The trail originates just east of the park manager's office on AL 227 and is bracketed by the lakeshore and the highway for a short distance before turning south to ford a small creek. The trail continues along the shoreline, retracing the pathways Cutchen used and traveling through hardwoods and pines. The trail, which ends near a set of rapids where Short Creek empties into the lake, returns along the same path. 5 miles Description: Since this trail is relatively new to the park, it is not yet marked well or traveled extensively.
Alabama Trails by Patricia Stenger Sharpe