Never Never Land Loop

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Rank: #1 in the DeSoto State Park area
#12 in AL, #454 Overall
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Trail in the area near Fort Payne,
“Great Singletrack!”
Shane Wallace on May 15, 2013
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2.74.4 milesKilometers 199’61 m Ascent 1,708’521 m High 3% Avg Grade (2°)
Singletrack Type -200’-61 m Descent 1,600’488 m Low 10% Max Grade (6°)
Dogs must be on leash.
This is a favorite at DeSoto State Park. The flow on this trail is excellent. It features two creek crossings that even during heavy rains are passable. There are also two wooden bridge water crossings. The trail is hard packed in the summer with a couple of wet spots in the winter. There's a bypass trail in the middle that's clearly marked and accesses a backcountry campsite. Look for the old home place where you can spot a well and a chimney in the middle of nowhere. This area is covered with buttercups in the spring.
Land Manager: Alabama State Parks
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Exiting Never Neverland Trail heading to the Camprground trial. This pi... (Fort Payne, AL)
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