The Pinhoti Trail Alliance
Copyright 2003 - 2014 by Hugh H. Hickman - Solo's Pinhoti Trail
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PTA Site Map
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Pinhoti Trail Clubs
Be sure to check out the Pinhoti Trail Club
websites on the Site Map page, Column 2,
for trail activities and work dates!
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Trail and Website Updates
Last Upate: 10 ~ 03 ~ 14
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Welcome to the Pinhoti Trail
Pin-hoe-tee ~ A 335 Mile Southeast Region
Appalachian Trail Connector
Take a little hike with us down this page : )

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Section 11 ~ 136.1 ~ Burns Trailhead ~ Southern Dugger Wilderness Trailhead
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VISITORS

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Out beyond the lights of town lies a land
of intense wonder and beauty and it is
surprisingly easy for you to step into this
world. It's like you've always lived here
but just stepped out for a minute or two.
We hope you will always have time to spend
in the woods. Your ancestors were born
here, lived here and died here.
Welcome Home!
Happy Trails!
Solo

PTA Site Map  /  Top of Page ^-^
You may see others out here like yourself:
  • Hikers out for some quiet time
  • Families spending time together
  • Trail Clubs keeping the trails cleared
    for others to enjoy
  • The Forest Service restoring and
    maintaining ecosystems and wildlife
    habitats.
The Pinhoti is a premier southern
Appalachian
long distance hiking trail. The
total distance of the trail is 334.9 miles.
There are 171.2 miles in Alabama and 163.7
miles in Georgia, which makes the Pinhoti
the longest hiking trail in either state.
The trails northern terminus is in north
west Georgia, near the town of Blue Ridge,
where it intersects with the Benton
MacKaye Trail at around BMT mile 70.

Hiking east 70 miles on the BMT will put
you at Springer Mountain, the southern
terminus of the famous Appalachian Trail.
You will also find over 800 Pinhoti links and
photos scattered about this 150 page web
site. This ongoing project is very cleverly
designed to invoke deeply personal
attachments to the Pinhoti and thereby lure
a few unsuspecting hikers into the REALLY
fascinating world of
trail stewardship  : )
The main project here at the Alliance is to
provide highly detailed, up to date trail
guides and trail access information for
hikers of all experience levels that are
interested in hiking the Pinhoti Trail.
The trails southern terminus is in east
central Alabama, near the town of
Weogufka
, at Flagg Mountain, which is
known for being the last southern
Appalachian mountain that rises above
1000 feet.