Cliatt Creek Nature Trail Loop is a hiking and horse trail in Columbia County, Georgia. It is within Mistletoe State Park. It is 2.3 miles long and begins at 411 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 4.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 515 feet. Near the trailhead there is parking.
Cliatt Creek Nature Trail Loop Professional Reviews and Guides
"So you’ve done the Twin Oaks Trail and you’re ready for a little more challenge. Try this one. The grades are a little steeper, and there are a few more obstacles. The footbridges at most of the water crossings are wide enough for bikes, although the approaches are difficult. Most sections feel remote and are quiet (except for the muttering and cursing caused by some trying to ride some of the footbridges). This trail meanders through several mini-ecosystems, with abundant wildlife and plenty of convenient viewing areas. Part of the trail follows Cliatt Creek through a hardwood forest as it flows toward the lake. Another section wanders through a thick piny woods with a gentle series of dips and rolls, taking advantage of the natural gentle contours of the land. The hardwood forest is in the lesser-used section of the park, and feels even more isolated. Tread: 3.5 miles on singletrack and 0.8 mile on paved park road."
--Alex Nutt, Mountain Biking Georgia (Falcon Guides).
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