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By Patricia Stenger Sharpe

A needs to for each critical walker, this convenient pocket guidie presents details at the many mountain climbing trails on hand within the scenic kingdom of Alabama. An avid hiker herself, Pat Sharpe has been there, understands the terrain, the plants and the fauna, the pitfalls . . . and the outstanding great thing about the nation skilled from it climbing trails. 

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While wildflowers bloom profusely along the creek in the spring, autumn, another favorite time of the year, finds the trees at their most colorful. Fewer leaves on the trees also make it possible to see more of the geological formations, including the Big Sink, an underground water cavern. One caution to visitors: the top of the formation known as Point Rock has no guardrails in certain spots and has a very steep and long drop-off at the edge. 3 mile Description: Shortly before the entrance road drops into the canyon, Indian House Trail begins.

Poison sumac is rarely seen, preferring swamps to higher ground. It resembles the familiar sumac leaf structure but has white berries. Avoid contact with the plant, since exposure causes extreme skin irritation, more serious than poison ivy or poison oak. Another common problem that is easily circumvented is gastrointestinal distress brought on by an unsafe water supply. Avoid drinking from any water supply where there is doubt of its purity, and regard all so-called clear streams with suspicion.

Rangers in the Sipsey Wilderness Area also encourage hikers to register at trailheads for safety and for usage computations. Parking is ample at most trailheads, but vandalism has been a problem in the past at some sites. No trailhead facilities such as drinking water or restrooms exist. S. 278 being the closest town to the area. S. Forest Service and from some of the ranger stations for a small fee. S. Geological Survey maps should provide the most accurate information on the area. 7 miles Description: This trail begins under the highway bridge at the Sipsey River Recreation Area on Cranal Road (CO 60) and moves north upstream along the Sipsey River.

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