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Never Never Land Loop

Intermediate
 4.8 (4)

Great Singletrack!


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Map Key

2.7

Miles

4.4

KM

Singletrack

1,708' 521 m

High

1,600' 488 m

Low

199' 61 m

Up

200' 61 m

Down

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Dogs must be on leash.

Description

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.

Contacts

Land Manager: Alabama State Parks

Shared By:

Shane Wallace

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  4.8 from 4 votes

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  4.8 from 4 votes
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#79

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Photos

Exiting Never Neverland Trail heading to the Camprground trial.  This picture was taken during the SERC/US Cup race in 2012.
May 22, 2013 near Fort Payne, AL
Favorite creek crossing, just solid rock, fun dry or wet.  Oblique angle across, be sure to find the diamond blaze pointed on the rock to stay in the right direction.
Jun 11, 2013 near Fort Payne, AL
Stream crossing.
Jun 11, 2013 near Fort Payne, AL

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Oct 6, 2020
Lost Justpastnowhere
Aug 1, 2017
Donald Bell
Road this trail while staying at the campground. Awesome trail with some technical sections thrown in. Clockwise direction.
Apr 21, 2017
David Jones
May 30, 2016
Isaac Cruz
9h 30m
Dec 27, 2015
Mike Swope