Bear Creek Loop Trail
Old growth Gennett Poplar
Hikers are led along the scenic Bear Creek. The trail fords the creek at several points, so you may want to bring some water shoes.
About a mile into the hike you will come to the famed Gennett Poplar, a massive tree with a circumference of about 18 feet at eye level. It seems out of place among the other trees along the trail.
The trail is popular with mountain bikers, so be on alert.
Directions: Google Directions
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|Miles||Trail Name||Short Description|
|1||Mountaintown Creek Trail||Follows Mountaintown Creek|
|1||South Fork Trail||Trail along southern fork of Jacks River|
|2||Conasauga River Trail||Hike to, then along, the Conasauga River|
|3||East Cowpen Trail||Runs along the ridge crest of Cohutta Mountain|
|3||Chestnut Lead Trail||Shortest trail in the Cohutta Wilderness|