Wild South hike in Sipsey Wilderness, Oct. 27
Join Wild South staff for a hike in the Sipsey Wilderness
Saturday, October 27
9:00 a.m. at the Wild South office at 552 Lawrence Street, Moulton, Alabama or 9:35 a.m. at the Sipsey Recreation Trailhead upper parking lot.
Group size is strictly limited and advance registration is required. Sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org or 256-974-6166. Indicate where you will meet the group and include your phone number, please.
Destination: Turkeyfoot Falls and Mize Mill Falls
Leader: Janice Barrett
Distance: Approx. 2 miles roundtrip
Level of Challenge: Moderate
All ages welcome
Located at the southern boundary of the Sipsey Wilderness, the two waterfalls we will visit are approached via an unmaintained, rough trail. There will be a couple of creek crossings and some brief stretches of steep climbing. Feet will be in the water at times but hopefully not over boot tops.
This is a fairly short, very scenic hike that will include lots to talk about since the human and natural history in the area is very rich.
Bring a small backpack with lunch, snack and drinking water and $3 for the day use fee at the trailhead pay station.
Neither dogs nor smoking are not allowed on this hike.
After signing up, meet your leader and group at either the Wild South office or at the trailhead in the upper parking lot of Sipsey Recreation Area (where the pay station and toilet are located). Thank you!