Bunyan Hill Horse and Wagon Trail (#224)

County:  

Lawrence

Location:  

Bankhead National Forest

Description:  

"Easy to moderate trail permitting horses and horse-drawn wagons. Accessible from the southern end via the Borden Trailhead and terminating on the northern end into the Northwest Trail (#208). The trail contains longer stretches of flatter terrain and not as scenic as some other trails within the Wilderness.

Primarily used for day hikes to the Big Tree, horseback riding and access to longer loop hikes utilizing adjoining trails."

Map Links:  

Satelite view
(Map of all trails)  
U.S.Forest Service Sipsey Wilderness map

  

Total Miles:  

4.8 miles to connection with other trails

Surface Type:  

Dirt

Primary Use:  

Hiking, Equestrian

Trail Hours:  

Always open

Trail Connections:  

Borden Creek (#200); Bee Ridge (#204) and Northwest (#208) trails

Directions to Trailheads in Sipsey Wilderness:  



Braziel Trailhead

Thompson Trailhead

Randolph Trailhead

Sipsey River Trailhead

Flanigan Trailhead

Borden Trailhead

Gum Pond Trailhead

Trail Restrictions:  

See Forestry website: USFS Bankhead National Forest

Latitude:  

34.30609771     

Longitude:  

-87.40134716

Who’s responsible for Trail?

Organization:  

    USDA Forest Service

Website:  

USDA Forest Service, Bankhead National Forest

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