Alabama’s Most Refreshing Hike, The Chinnabee Silent Trail, Will Lead You Straight To A Beautiful Swimming Hole
There’s no denying that Alabama is a hiker’s dream. After all, some of the best trails are located right here in the Yellowhammer State, including the Chinnabee Silent Trail. For information about this scenic trail, take a look below.
The Chinnabee Silent Trail is located within the beautiful Talladega National Forest and is one of Alabama's top hiking trails.
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This scenic, 7.3-mile out-and-back trail has a moderate rating and attracts hikers year-round.
Note: Due to damage from Tropical Storm Zeta, the Chinnabee Silent Trail is currently closed. It's scheduled to reopen on March 1, 2021.
While hiking the Chinnabee Silent Trail, which begins at Lake Chinnabee, you'll encounter lots of natural scenery such as streams, rock outcroppings, and waterfalls. One waterfall in particular is Devil's Den Falls (pictured).
Devil's Den Falls is a secluded waterfall that flows into one of Alabama's most popular swimming holes. It attracts people of all ages from across the state and beyond.
Kids especially love splashing around in this refreshing swimming hole.
The next time you plan a hiking trip, consider adding the Chinnabee Silent Trail to your itinerary. Besides it being perfect for most skill levels, it'll also lead you to a beautiful swimming hole.
To easily reach this swimming hole, you'll hike upstream on the Chinnabee Silent Trail for about half a mile from the Lake Chinnabee Recreation Area's picnic section.
Have you ever hiked Alabama’s Chinnabee Silent Trail? If so, please share your experience with us in the comments below.
To experience more of Alabama’s waterfalls, be sure to take a look at the following article:
The Ultimate Alabama Waterfalls Road Trip Is Right Here – And You’ll Want To Do It.
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