Smokerise Trail

Blevins Gap Preserve, Alabama

Distance1.4mi
Elevation Gain610ft
Trailhead Elevation1,197ft
Top1,197ft
Elevation Min/Max876/1197ft
Elevation Start/End1197/1197ft

Smokerise Trail

Smokerise Trail is a hiking trail in Huntsville, Alabama. It is within Blevins Gap Preserve. It is 1.4 miles long and begins at 1,197 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.9 miles with a total elevation gain of 610 feet. The Blevins Gap Trailhead parking can be seen along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Sugar Tree Trail, Lowry Tail and Bill and Marion Certain Trail.

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Hiking Through History Alabama (Falcon Guides)
Joe Cuhaj
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"It has been called the “Journey of Injustice,” what the Cherokees called the “Trail of Tears.” Between the years 1830 and 1840, these Native Americans were forcibly removed from their homes in Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama and relocated west to Oklahoma. This hike is your chance to walk through a beautiful forest and contemplate this tragic event in US history. It is one of the most tragic and selfish acts in US history, but one that is rarely talked about or receives recognition like other earth-shaking moments in our history. It is called the “Trail of Tears,” a period of time generally between 1830 and 1840 when tens of thousands of Native Americans were forced from the land they had lived on for generations, with thousands losing their lives in the process." Read more

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Trail Information

Blevins Gap Preserve
Nearby City
Blevins Gap Preserve
Parks
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
Land Trust of North Alabama, 2707 Artie St. SW, Ste. 6, Huntsville 35805; (256) 534-5263; landtrustnal.org
Local Contacts
USGS Huntsville, AL; DeLorme: Alabama Atlas & Gazetteer, page 19, E8; trail maps available online at the Land Trust of North Alabama website
Local Maps

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Dec 2018