Trail to Sipsey River
Rippey Trail (a.k.a. Trail 201) leads hikers from a trailhead of CR 60 to Sipsey Fork Trail, descending into a canyon to the end of the trail at Sipsey River.
Save the drop-off into the canyon at the end, the trail is fairly flat and easy to hike, making it good for the whole family. Watch out for the parts of the path that have thorny vines and poison ivy along them.
Directions: Google Directions
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|Miles||Trail Name||Short Description|
|0||Bee Branch Trail||Popular but unmarked trial through the Sipsey Wilderness|
|4||Sipsey River Trail||Longest trail in the Sipsey Wilderness|
|5||Borden Creek Trail (Trail 200)||Great family hike through the Sipsey Wilderness|
|20||Dismals Canyon||Follows Dismals Branch stream on the Canyon Floor|
|39||Flint Creek Trail||See various species of plant and animal life associated with an oak-hickory forest|