“A wooded trail running along the foot of the Birkhead Mountains.
— Don Childrey
Birding · Fall Colors · River/Creek · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Hannah's Creek Trail starts at a junction with Robbins Branch Trail
in the southwest part of the BIrkhead Mountains Wilderness. It soon crosses Robbins Branch and then roughly parallels its namesake creek. This trail is an easy outing, without any long or steep hills.
Along the way visitors can spot the tumbled chimneys of old homesteads. Camp #4, one of the backcountry campsites established by the Boy Scouts who built the trails in the 1970's, is located not far off the trail.
The trail ends at a junction with the Birkhead Mountain Trail
, not far from the Bingham Graveyard and Camp #6.
Thanks to Don Childrey for sharing this description. Learn more about the 200+ miles of trail winding through this region of rivers, lakes, and ancient mountains in the heart of North Carolina's Piedmont - check out the Uwharrie Lakes Region Trail Guide