Bartram's Trail

Hiking trail named after William Bartram


This trail is divided into two parts, one west of state highway 186 and the other on the east. The east side goes gently up and down long leaf pine covered hills. The west side is flat and parallels Choctafaula Creek winding through a hardwood forest of birch, magnolias, oak, and other trees that grow in low lying areas. The trail gets heavy usage from mountain bikers on the weekends.

Directions: Google Directions


State: Alabama
County: Macon
Latitude: 32.4782981873
Longitude: -85.618598938
Length: 8.5 miles
Difficulty: 3
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