Three Forks Trail Topo Map

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This trail originates at John Teague Gap and runs into the Chattooga National Wild and Scenic River area. Although named for the point at which Big, Holcomb, and Overflow Creeks meet to form the West Fork of the Chattooga River. The 1.3-mile Blackwell Bridge Trail is the primary hiking trail in the park. It is under a hardwood forest for most of the way, so even in the heat of summer the hike is mostly shaded. The principal trees are several species of oaks, maples, sycamores, sweet gums, black gums, yellow poplars, and dogwoods; shrub vegetation includes high-bush huckleberries, blueberries, and hawthorns. Spring wildflowers begin to show under the leafless trees in late February and continue until May. Bloodroots, trilliums, dwarf irises, and many others grow in the moist coves.
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Clayton, Georgia

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Mar 2018