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Red Bluff is a 0.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Foxworth, Mississippi that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

Length 0.9 mi Elevation gain 180 ft Route type Loop
Kid friendly Hiking Walking Forest River Views Rocky
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Logan Livingston
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BackpackingGreat!

It was a beautiful view! Pretty easy trek both ways. There are a couple of different routes for different levels of experience.

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Danielle Leath
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Hiking

Beautiful, very vibrant. Great day trip

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Jeanne Shasteen
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HikingGreat!

Absolutely beautiful. breathtaking view. Was a struggle but that is because i am so out of shape. the amount of trash was disappointing, but totally worth the trip!! can't wait to go back.

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Jonathan Reves
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Hiking

Trail conditions were pretty good. some mud but mostly sand. Kids loved it but were very sandy.

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Starla Harris
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HikingRocky

Beautiful! Plenty of places to explore and interesting sights, but the amount of trash littered everywhere keeps this at 4 instead of 5 stars.

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Preston Johnson
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HikingRocky

Very enjoyable place. Nice trails. But very crowded. You need to be in decent shape to make it to the base of the "mountains". There is a small stream and railroad as well.

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Uphill Maria Karras
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Hiking

Really great day trip to see some beauty in the south. I was affected by all the trash out there! Blew my mind, make sure you grab a trash bag at the beginning of the trail, there should be hanging right before you enter, and maybe pick up a few bottles and cans along the trails! The trails were only 1-2 miles long, but the climbs were steep at times and will take some time. Would love to go back and rock climb !!

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Tanner Dickerson
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WalkingGreat!Muddy

It was a blast exploring and it was beautiful! The edges are eroding away so make sure you’re careful where you step!

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Denyse L
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Nature tripsScramble

The view is awesome. The trail itself is great! Can be very challenging! Little ones need help! Or you can go on the easy parts. There is no marking or signage to let you know which ways to go This trail I would’ve given a 4, but there is so much unbelievable trash. Napkins with human feces left in the middle of trails. Beer cans EVERYWHERE. HUGE trash bags just lying out spilling out. Sleeping bags thrown off the cliff, tents left out and have begun to become part of the trail. I was almost embarrassed to be there... even though we never litter.

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Steve Rachel
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Hiking

We took the 9 and 11 year old grand girls there today before school starts. It is a beautiful place. We took the trail down past the train tracks, along the stream to the Pearl River. The girls had a great time, as did we. The trail is not easy. There are parts where you have to climb around trees and exposed roots. Not saying it is super difficult, but the climb up to the top got us winded. Did I say it is beautiful?

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Ryan Stephens
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Hiking

Great little loop that entertains the kids with a little variation in terrain and elevation in such a small area. However, the amount of trash along the trails and along the creek is pitiful.

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Sarah Noland
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I have never been so disappointed by the amount of trash left on a trail. Literal piles of beer cans and water bottles and chip bags. Everywhere. Garbage in trees, garbage in the water. Just everywhere. So so disappointing. And I’m not sure the water isn’t tainted with sewerage. It smelled bad in a few places. I actually got very sick the night after our hike... Would otherwise be a nice day hike. Such a shame that it’s so full of waste.

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Bradley Smith
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HikingMuddyOff trailRocky
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Jane Gary
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Hiking

Best hike in Mississippi. My kids loved all the different colored clay. This one is getting a bit more popular which means more people on the trail. We went four years ago and had the place to ourselves, but this time it was a bit overrun. Still pleasant and everyone we encountered we respectful and just enjoying the place like we were.

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Emily Batley
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HikingPrivate property

Awesome hike. My favorite in fact. It’s as hard as you make it.

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Jack Giles
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HikingOff trailRocky

This is a beautiful and amazing trail, as long as you look past the trash- water bottles and beer cans are everywhere. Aside from that it’s an exciting and somewhat dangerous trail. I would not recommend bringing small kids but kids 9 and up are fine. There are a lot of climbing points. A walking stick is very useful her while climbing the side of the canyon in the sandy rocks (you don’t have to climb the canyon, it’s just fun). There is a creek that is part of the trail, so bring water shoes! I really enjoyed the challenge and the beautiful view!

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Charlene Saravia
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Our family of 9 went this past weekend. Gorgeous scenery. Horrendous amount of trash. Seriously, why would a toaster oven even be out there?!?!

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Maya Schopmeyer
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HikingBugsPrivate propertyRocky

Lovely views early in the morning of the bluffs. You don’t feel like you are in MS. We had the place to ourselves till around 10 am excluding a few campers in a tent. Wear non-slip shoes. Running shoes will be too slippery for the slopes. Lots of fresh trash, good idea for a scout troop to plan clean up to earn a badge. Head south pass the tracks to find old derailed cars overlooking the Pearl River.

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Samantha Marrone
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Hiking

very beautiful place but there was so much trash. you can get down to the water but the trash is overwhelming! i encourage folks to bring a garbage bag and collect trash on their hike.

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Jay Walton
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Hiking

It is open, hiked it yesterday. Agree that it was very trashy, foul language spray-painted in multiple places, but otherwise a good experience. Very crowded on Memorial Day

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Brian Kenner
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Beautiful views, fun hike. A downside is the amount of trash throughout the hike. Water bottles, clothes, computer monitor (that was weird.) Sad.

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Victoria Van Riper
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HikingBugsMuddy

Really nice hike. Way down to the valley/water is a bit slippery but manageable. Views are beautiful and swimming in the creek was very nice. Suggest shoes with good traction and waterproof is a bonus.

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Živilė JG
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Hiking

Very exciting place to see. Also if adventurous, you can hike down by the railway, then follow river into the valley. That is a wet and hard hike but worth so much! Better to choose dry weather (weeks before and during).

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