Sipsey River Trail

#1 of 6 trails in Black Warrior Wildlife Management Area
Sipsey River Trail is a 12.8 mile out and back trail located near Double Springs, Alabama that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

12.8 miles 100 feet Out & Back
dog friendly hiking blowdown bridge out cave forest muddy river rocky views waterfall wild flowers wildlife
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Nick Nicholson

6 Completed3 Reviews

David Fletcher

1 Completed1 Reviews

Great trail for beginners.

Adam York

1 Completed1 Reviews

Only two trails away from hiking all of them. It is by far one of the best I've ever hiked at

Cody Manning

24 Completed4 Reviews

Mike Thompson

29 Completed25 Reviews

Jim Stack

5 Completed5 Reviews

Did 2 night trip down 206 to sipsey river trail this weekend. Missed eye of the needle on accident and did not have time to go to big tree. Even missing those the entire area was beautiful and near the end of the trip Fall Creek Falls made an already awsome trip even better.
Lots of traffic on weekend and campsites could be a small issue. Also be aware there are many obstacles here to navigate. All were manageable though with a little thought.

Wendy Randall

21 Completed10 Reviews

My most favorite place to hike in all of the US. The Sipsey is almost magical once you get off-trail :)

Glen Yeatman

1 Completed1 Reviews

We done this trail today and it was awesome, lots of beautiful scenery. All around its a great trail.

Mary Woodis

16 Completed17 Reviews

The Sipsey River Trail is beautiful, scenic, and get's you away from it all in a hurry! Just my kind of trail... There are beautiful waterfalls, big mossy boulders, tons of ferns, and of course, the Sipsey River on your left. The bluffs and box canyons give you plenty of opportunities for exploration. There are gorgeous camping sites scattered along the length of the trail for overnighters.

Zeb Akers

1 Completed1 Reviews

Hiked this trail as part of a 14 mile overnight loop hike. Incredible scenery, overall amazing trail and wilderness