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Walls of Jericho

Estillfork, AL

Walls of Jericho is a 7 mile point-to-point trail located near Decherd , Tennessee. The trail is rated as moderate and is accessible all year. (weather permitting) The trail is hard to find if you don't know where it is. Go north off Hwy. 64 out of Decherd on hwy. 16. The trail is on the right.

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Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve
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1 Completed 0 Reviews

absolutely beautiful. good family environment complete with maps and walking sticks and signs! the directions on here are wrong though... just get to loop road and find and follow the signs!

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Swan Creek Greenway Trail
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6 Completed 1 Reviews

Good little trail to walk and when the water is up its a fun creek to kayak.

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University of Alabama Arboretum Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

I needed a relaxing day outdoors and that's exactly what I found at the Arboretum.

The trails are all very well taken care of and you can tell that a lot of work goes into this park's upkeep. I took a mix of trails all through the woods and still did not get to see everything that this place has to offer.

If you want to just escape for a few hours and enjoy the good spring Tuscaloosa weather, this place is your new go-to.

I found a few pine trees by the lake and broke out my ENO for a few hours of reading. Definitely not the last time that I'll be coming here!

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Redoubt Trail Loop
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3 Completed 1 Reviews

Love this place.

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Falling Rock Falls Hike
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Very nice hike.
I explored all five of the trails, it came to a bit over 5 miles.
The waterfall was flowing nicely due to recent rains.

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Buck's Pocket
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

the mountain bike trail was destroyed when I went and they only had one so it was just a waste of gas in the end. May be good for other activities though

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Walls of Jericho
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38 Completed 33 Reviews

We started the hike from the Tennessee trailhead outside of Winchester, TN in Bear Hollow Mtn. W.M.A. The trail down to the Walls was kind of unassuming. The Walls up to the waterfall is a geologic wonderland!! On the way back out we opted to hike the Mill Creek loop trail. The Mill Creek blow hole spur trail was super steep but totally worth the effort. Beyond the blow hole the trek was exhausting! We hiked over ten miles yesterday. Be prepared for this hike.

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Joe wheeler blue trail loop
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4 Completed 1 Reviews

Great view! Good place to take younger kids to get them away from electronic devices. Beautiful trees,wildlife and birds.I've lived here 37 years and have always enjoyed it.

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Pinhoti Trail: Pine Glen to Sweetwater Lake
by Don Bryson

1 Completed 1 Reviews

Hiked this section in Feb. 2014. Have hiked, by sections, from Highfalls to here on the Pinhoti, this is, I do believe to be, is my favorite section. A beautiful creek from beginning to end. Great hike.

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Dismals Canyon
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4 Completed 5 Reviews

MUST SEE! This is the perfect place to take kids. When you first arrive you must register at the gift shop/restaurant. Be prepared you will be charged $10 per adult, $6.75 per child. They do accept cards. The largest water fall is at the very beginning of the trail. Speaking of trail there are trails but it's more like one big play ground. Again making it perfect for kids, not that they can go unattended but you have a highly concentrated area full and features and sites. If you are looking for a trail to knock out several miles this isn't the place. We took every possible trail, site, feature, and even wonder off the area a bit and only logged around 3 miles. If you have children its a great place.

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