Chinnabee Silent Hiking Trail
The Chinnabee Silent Trail is the perfect hike that showcases the beauty of the Talladega National Forest. The 6 mile moderate to difficult trail was constructed in 1977 by Boy Scout Troop 29 from the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind in Talladega. Beginning at Lake Chinnabee, the trail winds beside Cheaha Creek and ends 6 miles at Caney Head atop Talladega Mountain. It is popular because of the spectacular views of flowing streams, rock outcroppings, and waterfalls.
At a Glance
|Open Season:||1 March|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
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Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Alerts & Warnings
- Oakmulgee Ranger District Phones Temporarily Down
- Emergency Closure of FSR 651
- PUBLIC NOTICE REGARDING ATVs
- Rules for Forest Visitors
- Corinth/Clear Creek/Houston Beaches Closed
- Conecuh Hiking Trail Open
- Forest Service is hiring hundreds of foresters across the nation!
- Law Enforcement Prohibited Acts