Take This Scenic Waterfall Hike In Alabama For The Ultimate Outdoor Adventure
Alabama is well known for its amazing hiking trails. In fact, several of the state’s hiking trails attract nature lovers from all over the world. One trail in particular is Caney Creek Falls Trail. To learn all about this incredible waterfall trail, take a look below.
Alabama's Caney Creek Falls Trail is located within the William B. Bankhead National Forest. It's one of the state's most scenic waterfall trails.
This scenic trail's length is nearly 2 miles out and back, and it attracts hikers of all skill levels from across the Southeast and beyond.
While hiking Caney Creek Falls Trail, you'll mostly be lead through a cutout in the forest. The trail's flat surface is what makes it an easy trail for most hikers.
Caney Creek Falls Trail, which is accessible year-round, eventually descends into the creek.
While following the creek, you'll arrive at Upper Caney Creek Falls (Upper Falls), which is one of Alabama's most beautiful waterfalls.
Upper Caney Creek Falls (Upper Falls) drops approximately 20 feet into a shallow pool of water. Following several rainy days, a second waterfall will likely appear.
If you continue downstream for approximately 20 minutes, you'll arrive at Lower Caney Creek Falls (Lower Falls). Sure, this waterfall might not be as spectacular as Upper Caney Creek Falls (Upper Falls), but it's still beautiful nonetheless.
Have you ever hiked Alabama’s Caney Creek Falls Trail? If so, please share your experience with us in the comments.
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