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Paulette Clements reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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Hiking

The Chinnabee Rec area is open. We hiked from the recreation area all the way to Turnipseed campground. Great hike. Part of the trail are overgrown was tall grasses. Plenty of water and devils den. And Cheaha Falls was beautiful!

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Lisa Jackson reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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HikingBugs

Pretty trail with lots of mini waterfalls. We were on the trail right as it finished raining and the views were amazing. Looks well traveled. Not too many people out on the trail. There are two cool swimming holes with a rock to jump from right off the paths! Take $3 for parking costs. According to my Apple Watch, I gained about 800 in elevation and the hike was about 7mi..

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Logan Otwell reviewed Odum Trail to Odum Point
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HikingOff trailOver grown

Nice view along the trial, but half the trail if very overgrown. We got lost at one point because the trail is overgrown and poorly marked. If you go, bring a machete.

Richard Viall reviewed Odum Trail to Odum Point
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Hiking

Easy trail for scouts. Wonderful view from the overlook. Hawthorn pushes into the trail with needle like thorns. Wear pants. Take a machete so you leave it a little better than you find it. Troop 70, FRC

andrea persson reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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Hiking

Great trail! We wanted to arrive to Devil’s Den but was a little far of what we anticipated. We decided to go back and enjoy the Cheaha falls. Next day we did the other half part of the trail until Devil’s Den. We parked at the Chineabee lake and from there it’s a short but moderate trail to Devil’s Den. Beautiful stop to swim and enjoy a big jumping to the water from Devil’s Den. We did both trails with our dachshund dog and some parts of the trail we carried him on the backpack.

Jon Harned reviewed Odum Trail to Odum Point
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Hiking

Short hike with three spots to see waterfalls. Easy, kid friendly. Very photogenic (light hits the falls around mid morning - 1100).

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Debbie Tolman reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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First hike using the app. Maps were definitely helpful. Trail was a great challenge to build endurance for future 10 mile hikes. Scenery was nice. Waterfalls were a great place to stop for a snack. Not very crowded for a holiday weekend.

Stephanie Gillis reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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Hiking

Hiked this trail with my family yesterday. We’re novice hikers so I don’t have much to compare it to but here’s my review. The parking lot on 281 is open so we started there. We stopped at Cheaha Falls and decided to go to Devil’s Den. It was a little farther than we anticipated but it was worth the hike...the falls were beautiful. The hike back to the car was more enjoyable because I took the time to look at all the wildflowers. My family had a great time; I highly recommend this trail!

Ahren Thomas reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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CampingClosed

awesome views- hopped on the trail toward turnipseed campground!

Nathon Roden reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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wow. what a trip that devil's den was. I loved it, the whole hike. but cooling off in that was amazing. do go. if you're reading reviews, do go. I promise it's worth it.

nick valdivia reviewed Odum Trail to Odum Point
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HikingBlowdownOff trailOver grownRocky

The trail itself was ok... definitely overgrown in parts and hardly blazed. There were a couple times we lost it completely. This out and back doesn't lead to anywhere at the stopping point. The trail recorded also seems to deviate from the Odum Trail. The falls are about a quarter mile in, and there's a sweet rocky overlook around 2.5/2.7 miles. Anything beyond that was barely passable, and had zero views.

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HikingOver grownRocky

there were 2 openings at the parking lot, and it was not evident as to which was the trailhead. this seemed to be a very remote trail- we were there on a saturday morning and saw no one. the first 2 miles of the trail consisted of very dense forests, overgrown at some points, and 3 creek crossings. the terrain was more uphill than expected. we expected the trail leading up to the loop to be much shorter than it was... in reality it was 4 miles each way. once we made it to the loop, we crossed a section of terrain with long grass that seemed like snakes could hike in. we then continued into a section of the trail with large boulders followed by more of a rocky trail. we were very worried about snakes. a must- see is McGill point, which is about 1/8 mile downhill from a plane crash. after hiking Nubbin Creek to McGill point, we had already hiked 6 miles. we had to turn around for times sake, yet being very quick and nimble hikers. we overall did not like this trail and wouldn’t take it again.

Paul Hnizdil reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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Hiking

Family loved the trek. We went end to end and enjoyed both falls. No need to be in a hurry.

Brigett B reviewed Odum Trail to Odum Point
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HikingOver grownRocky

The trail to the falls isn’t far. It starts out easy and then gets very rocky. But still doable. Although the trail is not as easy to see through the rocks. The falls were flowing pretty good with the rain we’ve had lately. There are steps up past the falls. We took that trail only about 1/10 mile. It was narrow and somewhat overgrown. You can tell that part isn’t hiked much. Nice views though.

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Blowdown

we started at niben Creek trailhead and took that up to cave Creek trailhead and made a left instead of taking cave Creek. when we made the left we were going towards Odum trail and the end of nubbin Creek trail. stopped and had lunch Clyde took Odum trail a little bit to see if he could see where we ended week before last on Odum. it has been a good day cool maybe low 70s a breeze off and on cloudy looks like a little bit of rain maybe coming in but maybe we'll make it back before. met a man that was going to take the same route we did but when he got to Oldham trail he was going to take that to the Chinabee silent trail. that is going to be a long day and a long hike. There has been a several places that Emmy could swim in the creek and crossed over one Creek with a small waterfall. Our total mileage when we get back to the car should be right at eight point four or a point five.

Lanie Hoover reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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Hiking

Was our first experience with actual hiking. Loved the waterfalls and experience. Will definitely be looking for more trails to explore!

William Barrett reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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Hiking

Nice Trail. Detour so took gravel road. Very dusty drive. Hated that for my truck. Parked alongside road. Hike into falls is VERY easy. No real elevation gain. Our two small schnauzers were very comfortable on the hike. My daughter wanted to play around the falls. Was crowded at base of falls so we went 100 yards downstream. She played in the water and on the rocks. Coming out she saw a coiled snake with mouth open that she almost stepped on. Thank goodness she did not. Then she spotted another swimming in the pool right where she had been. Very much freaked her out. She’s not easily rattled. Needless to say, we cut the hike short and did not hike to the second falls. Be careful with little ones.

Annie Desmond reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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Hiking

Counter clockwise from Adams Gap and spent the night at Cheaha falls for a nice overnight. Lost the trail a bit around mile 15 and had to bushwack to get back on. Overall a nice loop.

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Adam Bailey reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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Hiking

Completion of the loop, On the last leg AllTrails read us off trail and at 15k feet for some reason and I forgot to turn off recording driving from Adams Gap to Turnipseed campground.

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Bonnie Neelley reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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Hiking

Loved trail. Waterfalls are beautiful.

Stephen Long reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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Hiking

Great trail for an overnight trip. Slept in the shelter which is nice. Caught fish at Chinnabee Lake which made the trip exciting. Definitely recommend. Easy trail to follow.

garrison morgan reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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Hiking

Such a great trail. One of my favorites in all of Cheaha. Highly recommend. Well maintained.

Parker Morgan reviewed Chinnabee Silent Trail
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Hiking

One of the best trails in Cheaha. Be sure to go across the water at cheaha falls. Also, I would suggest driving down the side road to park by the trailhead because it cuts off around 1/2 mile.

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