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Thompson Creek Trail (Sipsey Wilderness Trail #206) Bankhead National Forest, Alabama

Leader:  Botanist Kevin England

Distance:  5 miles, round trip

Rating:  Moderately challenging

Meet-up time:  9:30 a.m.

Meet-up location:  Warrior Mountains Trading Company 11312 AL Hwy 33, Moulton, AL

All ages welcome

Group size is strictly limited to 10.  Advance sign-up is required.   To sign up or ask questions, email Janice.

Thompson Creek trail is locally famous for the amazing diversity of springtime wildflowers.  The trail is well-maintained by Wild South’s Helping Hands volunteers and has little elevation change.  There are some brief uphills and a few small creek crossings (mostly step-overs).

Bring lunch, snacks, drinking water (lots).

Wear hiking clothes and shoes appropriate for the weather (watch the forecast).

After signing up, meet at the Warrior Mountains Trading Company (address and map above).

1 Comment

  1. Barbara Waid on April 3, 2013 at 1:27 pm

    Janice, is this trail the one that goes to Shiprock and Needles Eye? I would like to know because maybe I could bring 3 11year olds and my son. I miss the forest so much. Barbara Waid

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