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Chinnabee Silent Trail

Lineville, AL

Chinnabee Silent Trail is a 7.4 mile out and back trail located near Lineville, Alabama that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail. Note: keep dogs on leash

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Recent Reviews

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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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Pinhoti Trail: Pine Glen to Sweetwater Lake
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8 Completed 3 Reviews

I really like this trail although the description doesn't speak about camping you can camp at Laural Shelter and other spots.

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(Doug Ghee) Bald Rock Boardwalk
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5 Completed 4 Reviews

Great handicap accessible boardwalk all the way out to Bald Rock and one of the best views from almost the highest point in the state. Restroom located at the parking lot trail entrance. You can choose to walk the boardwalk the whole way out, or go down the stairs a little way in and walk the trail be careful not to walk off the cliff at the end though if you have pets or small children.

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Cheaha Trailhead
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

This was my first backpacking trail, last October. I have started here and hiked to McDill Point and back, via the Pinhoti Trail, a few times. In the winter, there was a small creek that is more of a runoff of water from the mountains. It only had water because there had been a heavy rain a few days before. Overall, the trail is not difficult. It was easy to follow and has a few uphill sections, that could take your breath for a moment. I am in decent shape and have no problem with this trail though. There are a few lookout spots on the way to McDill Point, along with the plane crash wreckage that McDill Point is named for. The sunset view from McDill was amazing. The trail is around 4.5-5 miles out-and-back. I would recommend it for an overnight or day hike.

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Cheaha Mountain - Alabama Highpoint
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

A lot of trails to be hiked at Cheaha, got lost 4 miles deep due to poor markings on trails. Ran into a group that was also lost.. Luckily we were able to backtrack and go off trail to find our way back. 4 mile hike turned into 9 mile hike. Had fun but will not be back here.. Definitely need clearer markings and better maps.

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(Doug Ghee) Bald Rock Boardwalk
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7 Completed 5 Reviews

There are two ways to get to Bald Rock: 1) very easy walk off the handicapped walkway or 2) the handicapped walkway which makes it very convenient for people with disabilities or who just need an easier route to the scenic view to be able to have the experience of the awesome view -- highly recommended for people who want to experience the outdoors and the view but can't actually hike. For "serious hikers", you will be disappointed except for the view. For a view like this, hike the Pinhoti Trail and check out McDill Pt.

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Cheaha Mountain - Alabama Highpoint
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Not a very long trail, but certainly not easy!!

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Cheaha Mountain - Alabama Highpoint
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4 Completed 5 Reviews

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Cheaha Mountain - Alabama Highpoint
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0 Completed 1 Reviews

I have driven this area many times, actually got engaged on the top of one of the mountain cliffs. Very pretty drive. The Georgia side has nice views, but some of the best driving is on the twisting road on the Alabama side from the top. Sevral hiking trails in the area, and rock garden and bald rock are both worth viewing on the top of the mountain. Small park fee, maybe $3 or so. Also check out view from restaurant balcony, my sister was married there. Small lake and play area towards bottom of mountain on Alabama side also.

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