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Chinnabee Silent Trail

Lineville, AL

Chinnabee Silent Trail is a 3.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Lineville, AL that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Recent Reviews

on Cheaha Mountain - Alabama...
28 days ago

21 Completed21 Reviews

on (Doug Ghee) Bald Rock Boa...
2 months ago

hiking
17 Completed7 Reviews

Short easy hike/walk with a nice view.

on (Doug Ghee) Bald Rock Boa...
2 months ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Easy walk beautiful view.

on Cheaha Mountain - Alabama...
2 months ago

3 Completed1 Reviews

Really enjoyed this hike. Lots of opportunities for some beautiful pictures. The trails are well marked. Park is clean and well kept.

on Cheaha Mountain - Alabama...
2 months ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Loved it

on Cheaha Mountain - Alabama...
3 months ago

hiking
7 Completed7 Reviews

I hiked this from the lake to the summit with my girls age 6 and 8 it is a steep hike. The trail is well blazed and easy to follow. Great views along the way. Once the trail ends it comes out by some cabins ( not at the summit ) so we were determined to get a picture with the "highest point in Alabama sign" and wondered along lost for a bit but eventually made it up and got the pics. About a 6 mile round trip to the summit then back to the lake. Great time I recommend doing it if you are considering.

on Pinhoti Trail: Pine Glen ...
3 months ago

camping
1 Completed1 Reviews

Two day trip with friends great weekend

on Cheaha Mountain - Alabama...
4 months ago

hiking
15 Completed7 Reviews

We hiked from the Cheaha lake up to the summit. It was a very steep rocky incline for a large part of the hike. Really well maker trail to the top with multiple spots for resting, picture taking, and sight seeing. Once you reach the top of the trail it will end in a parking lot by some cabins. From there we walked the road to the highest point which is at the overlook tower. Just look for the tallest building and head straight for it. We followed the road around to it but that was a waste of time, plenty of cut throughs from the road toward the tower.

on (Doug Ghee) Bald Rock Boa...
5 months ago

5 Completed5 Reviews

Beautiful site!!!

on Pinhoti Trail: Pine Glen ...
8 months ago

hiking
5 Completed3 Reviews

Good day hike section of the Pinhoti Trail in the Talladega National Forrest that passes two excellent mountain lakes, several streams, a trail shelter, an 1800s cemetery complete with one room church made of hand hued logs.

Five mile round trip but allow extra time to explore. Hiked in a cool November 1st rain so had the entire section to myself and an endless supply of deer, turkey and squirrels. Be aware of deer hunting season precautions, info available from the Talladega National Forrest Rangers.

on (Doug Ghee) Bald Rock Boa...
11 months ago

hiking
2 Completed1 Reviews

Amazing view at the lookout. I highly recommend standing on the rock and just taking in the beauty of the view.

on (Doug Ghee) Bald Rock Boa...
11 months ago

hiking
2 Completed1 Reviews

Beautiful walk. One can use the accessible walkway or take the more rugged "backcountry" trail out to Bald Rock.

on Cheaha Mountain - Alabama...
1 year ago

hiking
18 Completed13 Reviews

Great hike from Lake Cheaha.. Only about a mile or so to the top but over 1000 ft in elevation change. It's a steep, rigorous hike but the views are definitely worth it.

on Cheaha Mountain - Alabama...
1 year ago

hiking
24 Completed24 Reviews

Fun trail, but definitely strenuous at parts. I'd highly recommend trekking poles

on Cheaha Mountain - Alabama...
1 year ago

hiking
9 Completed4 Reviews

Completed 4/10/15. I was pleased to find all the trail markings, some were a bit faded though. Made a nice day hike. Would love to know of other more technical trails.

on Pulpit Rock Trail
1 year ago

114 Completed92 Reviews

5 stars for the view at Sunset, 2 stars for the blazing.

the beginning of the trailhead is steep and slippery if it has rained recently, so make sure you have sturdy shoes.

There are blazes and red x's that can make you think you climb back up close to where you just descended. and then there are no other blazes in that section. (just go down the hill and keep walking, you will eventually see a blaze/path crossing stepping stones).

Trail isn't challenging, except the beginning, really nominal elevation change. Then you come to a T. To your right, looks like logging mess. to your left, looks like a logging dead end. no blazes in view... I opted to go left first... about 100ft down trail, see a blaze on a felled tree. (as well as recent chain saw work... could no one tag a tree?)

keep walking, rocky section, then you see Pulpit Rock. (or I am assuming I was there) The sunset/view was spectacular. Technically, the trail closes at sunset. We made it back shortly thereafter.

on Cheaha Mountain - Alabama...
1 year ago

hiking
1 Completed1 Reviews

10/17/2014 - Went for a day hike at Cheaha also got turned around about four miles in, no trail markers. Had planned on doing a loop but the printed trail map issued by the park service didn't match the trail I thought I was on I came upon a triple junction that I couldn't find on the map. Back tracked to the start. This would be a great place to hike if the park service would mark the trail system. ( I came upon one junction & it looked like the trail marker had been used for kindling) Rick

on Pulpit Rock Trail
1 year ago

hiking
24 Completed24 Reviews


2 years ago

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.

on Pinhoti Trail: Pine Glen ...
2 years ago

camping
7 Completed3 Reviews

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