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Rhododendron Trail Professional Review and Guide
"The Rhododendron Trail provides an easy-to-moderate walk through DeSoto State Park. The western section follows gentle rolling hills; the eastern section has the added challenge of large rocks and possibly downed trees. The trail is lined with rhododendron bushes that bloom in late spring. The path takes you past Indian and Lodge Falls. Situated at an elevation of about 1,750 feet on top of Lookout Mountain, DeSotoState Park includes the beginnings of Little River Canyon. The Rhododendron Trail gets its name, quite obviously, from the dense collection of rhododendron bushes that line the way, particularly along the banks of the west fork of the Little River.The off-white blossoms and their sweet fragrance fill the air in late spring, usually peaking by the third week of May. Trail Surface: Primarily dirt path."
--Joe Cuhaj, Hiking Alabama (Falcon Guides).
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