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Logan Point Trail

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A trail running around Logan Point.


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1.2

Miles

1.9

KM

96%

Runnable

1,440' 439 m

High

1,341' 409 m

Low

127' 39 m

Up

62' 19 m

Down

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

17%

Max Grade (9°)

Dogs Leashed

Features Fall Colors · River/Creek · Waterfall · Wildlife

Runner Notes

Can be muddy after heavy rains. Less rocky than most trails.

Description

Logan Point Trail starts at the Sinks Trail and runs around Logan Point intersecting with the Stone Cuts trail, Panther Knob Trail, Northern Flat Rock Connector, and Keith Trail before dead-ending into the Stone Cuts. The first section of the trail is doubletrack and more than likely an old logging road. It is very popular with mountain bikers so it can be more worn down than some of the more rocky trails. At 0.4 miles, you'll see the Panther Knob Trail.

From there, the trail converts back over to singletrack and descends about 50 feet to the intersection with Northern Flat Rock Connector. There is no marker for this trail other than a sign stating that the trail is on private land and is closed from October 1st to January 31st during hunting season. Continuing on The trail undulates and crosses a creek. At 0.89 miles, you start to ascend right before the intersection with the Keith Trail just after the one-mile point. It's at this point the trail continues its ascent with a nice switchback where it ends at the Stone Cuts trail.

If you would like to know more about the trail, please check out Huntsville Outdoors.com

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Luke Brisk

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Photos

Entrance to the Stone Cuts, it is visible from the trail at its intersection with the bypass.
May 12, 2015 near Huntsville, AL
Stone Cuts!  A large tree blocks part of the trail.
Jun 1, 2015 near Huntsville, AL
Stone Cut
Nov 6, 2019 near Huntsville, AL
Creek crossing on the Logan Point Trail.
Jun 2, 2015 near Huntsville, AL
One of a few wooden bridges on the Logan Point Trail
Jun 1, 2015 near Huntsville, AL

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