Best Trails 1 Noccalula Falls Historic Gorge Trail Gadsden, AL Hiking Noccalula Falls Historic Gorge Trail is a 1.4 mile loop trail located near Gadsden, Alabama and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. 2 Point Rock Trail Groveoak, AL Hiking 3 Black Creek Trail Gadsden, AL HikingWalkingTrail RunningCamping + More Activities Road BikingMountain Biking 4 Cascade Loop Trail Albertville, AL Hiking 5 Cutchenmine Trail Albertville, AL Hiking Best Hiking Best Mountain Biking Best Trail Running Cascade Loop Trail Albertville, AL Cutchenmine Trail Tom Bevill Interpretive Trail View More Black Creek Trail Gadsden, AL Lake Guntersville State Park: Loop Trail View More Recent Reviews Cutchenmine Trail by Jeff Carey (56) 22 days ago 1 Completed 1 Reviews Myself, my son and my brother-in-law and his son completed this trail in the fall of 2014. Wonderful trail with a surprise at the water at the turnaround. We are going back to hike out and picnic in that turn around area in 2015. Cutchenmine Trail by Trail Walker 11 months ago 8 Completed 8 Reviews Parking is located just off the edge of county road 227 for this trail, but generally is adequate for the demand. The trail is particularly nice in the early spring, late fall or winter simply because you can see more of the lake and the general surroundings. The trail is an easy grade and should be enjoyed by most hikers. If you listen carefully you might even hear the cry of a Bald Eagle in the distance. Water is not available on this trail, so be sure to bring plenty or tank up before you strike out. Tom Bevill Interpretive Trail by Eddie Hinote (76) about 1 year ago 1 Completed 1 Reviews I love this trail. Lots of ups and downs. A solid moderate level trail. This is a great trail for conditioning for a backpacking trip. Cutchenmine Trail by Chad Miller (261) over 3 years ago 3 Completed 1 Reviews This trail is one of the nicer trails at the State Park, after the recent tornado. The scenary is beautiful, the trail follows along side the guntersville lake, crossing several creeks. When we walked the trail, the creek beds were dry. The trail ends at a large rock bed creek, that enters lake guntersville, even though it was dry as well, it was very beautiful. The trail is approx 2.2 miles in. Then you return on the same trail, it took us about 2 hours to complete the in/out trail.