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Flourish Trail

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Length

1.0 Miles 1.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

441' 134 m

Ascent

-30' -9 m

Descent

9%

Avg Grade (5°)

42%

Max Grade (23°)

1,368' 417 m

High

935' 285 m

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A confusing trail at the upper end with nice waterfalls.

Zack Butler

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Description

The Flourish Trail is a continuation of the Young-Kennedy Trail that passes by Mountain Brook and features several waterfalls. The lower end is relatively level and runs above a bluff for a while and has a lot of rocks on the trail surface. Once past the intersection with the Annandale Trail, the Flourish Trail begins to ascend towards a power line easement. This section is not very well-marked and can be confusing. It may also require some hike-a-bike, at least until you reach the power line easement. The trail follows the power line easement up to Monte Sano Blvd across the road from the South Monte Sano Trailhead.

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May 18, 2018
John Nelms
Trail is super confusing and did not appear to be marked or maintained. Ended up carrying my bike up the mountain via creek-bed. Find another trail.

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#234

in Alabama

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