Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Climb Every Mountain... Including Cheaha

Cheaha State Park 
The great thing about Northeast Alabama is there is a natural escape in every city, and we're home to the highest point in Alabama. Cheaha rises 2,407 feet above sea level and is home to hiking and biking trails, swimming and fishing holes, campgrounds, cabins, a hotel, a restaurant, breathtaking views and museums.
Some of my favorite spots include the Pulpit Rock trail, The Chinnabee Silent Trail to Devil's Den, and the famous Bald Rock.
October and November are ideal times to explore this natural playground, with the crisp fall air, beautiful changing leaves and trails to explore. The summer is perfect for swimming, especially with the numerous waterfalls in and around the Talladega National Forest.
The location and landscape are perfect for family and senior portraits too, the autumn backdrop being ideal for Christmas cards.
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Chinnabee Silent Trail to Devil's Den

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