Long Trails of the Southeast [NOOK Book]

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Backpackers and hikers looking for less crowded outdoor experience should grab Long Trails of the Southeast to discover the many opportunities available in the Deep South. This guide covers 600 miles of trails in 6 states, including the 104-mile Pinhoti Trail, the 90-mile Benton MacKaye Trail, and 171 miles of the Florida Trail.
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Overview


Backpackers and hikers looking for less crowded outdoor experience should grab Long Trails of the Southeast to discover the many opportunities available in the Deep South. This guide covers 600 miles of trails in 6 states, including the 104-mile Pinhoti Trail, the 90-mile Benton MacKaye Trail, and 171 miles of the Florida Trail.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780897328715
  • Publisher: Menasha Ridge Press
  • Publication date: 4/1/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 1,344,609
  • File size: 30 MB
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Meet the Author

In spite of a disastrous first camping trip to Smoky Mountain National Park, Johnny Molloy developed a life-long passion for the outdoors, which he continues today. He has published numerous books including hiking guides to Virginia, West Virginia, and Tennessee as well as tent camping guides to Florida, Colorado, West Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and the Smokies. He is a resident of Nashville, Tennessee.
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Long Trails of the Southeast: an alternative to the Appalachian Trail
At 26 miles, the Wild Azalea Trail is Louisiana¿s longest foot path. What it lacks in length, it makes up in beauty and biodiversity. Located in the Kisatchie National Forest, the trail runs from southeast to northwest. No less than five ecosystems thrive here, among the rolling pine covered hills and lush bottomlands where clear waters flow over sandy streambed beneath rich hardwoods. Also in these bottoms are wetlands, or bogs, locally known as bayous, where the elegant cypress tree reigns. Hickory and oak forests thrive in transitional zones, along with some of the largest dogwoods in the land. Don¿t let the Bayou State¿s reputation for flatness cloud your mind, for the Wild Azalea Trail features plenty of vertical variation. Your legs will attest to this fact at the end of the day. Another surprise will be the wild character of the trail. The forest cover exudes a sense of being ¿out there.¿ And you really are: only the beginning and end are developed.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments vii
Preface ix
Map Legend xi
Maps xii
Introduction 1
How to Use this Guidebook 4
Bartram Trail 9
Russell Bridge to Warwoman Dell 13
Warwoman Dell to Hale Ridge Road 18
Hale Ridge Road to Buckeye Creek 23
Buckeye Creek to Wallace Branch 30
Wallace Branch to Nantahala Lake 32
Nantahala Lake to Winding Stairs 37
Winding Stairs to Cheoah Bald 42
Bartram Trail Log 46
Bartram Trail Information 53
Benton MacKaye Trail 54
Springer Mountain to Little Skeenah Creek 58
Little Skeenah Creek to Shallowford Bridge 62
Shallowford Bridge to Bushy Head Gap 66
Bushy Head Gap to Watson Gap 70
Watson Gap to Ocoee River 73
Benton MacKaye Trail Log 77
Benton MacKaye Trail Information 81
Black Creek Trail 82
Fairley Bridge Landing to Janice Landing 85
Janice Landing to Big Creek Landing 89
Black Creek Trail Log 94
Black Creek Trail Information 96
Florida Trail 97
Florida Trail--Big Cypress National Preserve 98
Loop Road to Tamiami Trail 99
Tamiami Trail to I-75 102
Florida Trail, Big Cypress National Preserve Trail Log 107
Big Cypress National Preserve Trail Information 109
Florida Trail--Ocala National Forest 110
Clearwater Lake to Juniper Springs 111
Juniper Springs to Salt Springs Island 115
Salt Springs Island to Rodman Dam 120
Florida Trail, Ocala National Forest Trail Log 124
Ocala National Forest Trail Information 127
Florida Trail--Apalachicola National Forest 128
Medart to Bradwell Bay 129
Bradwell Bay to Porter Lake 132
Porter Lake to Vilas 137
Vilas to Estiffanulga 141
Florida Trail, Apalachicola National Forest Trail Log 144
Apalachicola National Forest Trail Information 148
Foothills Trail 149
Oconee State Park to Burrells Ford 153
Burrells Ford to Bad Creek Access 157
Bad Creek Access to Rocky Bottom 162
Rocky Bottom to Jones Gap State Park 168
Foothills Trail Log 174
Foothills Trail Information 178
Pinhoti Trail 179
Porters Gap to Cheaha State Park 181
Cheaha State Park to Cleburne 186
Cleburne to Coleman Lake 192
Coleman Lake to East Dugger Mountain 197
East Dugger Mountain to High Point 202
Pinhoti Trail Log 206
Pinhoti Trail Information 210
Wild Azalea Trail 211
Woodworth to Valentine Lake 213
Wild Azalea Trail Log 220
Wild Azalea Trail Information 221
Long Trails Checklist 223
Index 225
About the Author 239
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