Twin Bridges Trail

Putnam County, Georgia 31026

Distance1.6mi
Elevation Gain382ft
Trailhead Elevation356ft
Top377ft
Elevation Min/Max344/377ft
Elevation Start/End356/356ft

Twin Bridges Trail

Twin Bridges Trail is a hiking trail in Putnam County, Georgia. It is 1.6 miles long and begins at 356 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 3.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 382 feet.

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"The Twin Bridges Trail winds through low, gently rolling ridges and hollows in a mixed hardwood-pine forest on the Little River arm of Lake Sinclair. The impoundment, a Georgia Power Company reservoir on the Oconee River, was built in 1953. The lake’s wat"

"The Twin Bridges Trail winds through low, gently rolling ridges and hollows in a mixed hardwood-pine forest on the Little River arm of Lake Sinclair. The impoundment, a Georgia Power Company reservoir on the Oconee River, was built in 1953. The lake’s waters are in sight of the trail for most of the hike.

The trail name originates from the pair of bridges crossing sections of the lake in quick succession on the road at the alternate trailhead. The hike begins at the USDA Forest Service Lake Sinclair Recreation Area campground. Because of the variety of forest and lakeshore habitat, this trail is an exceptionally productive birding area."

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Trail Information

Putnam County
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
USDA Forest Service, Oconee Ranger District, 1199 Madison Rd., Eatonton 31024; (706) 485-7110; www.fs.usda.gov/conf
Local Contacts
USGS Resseaus Crossroads; Oconee National Forest map
Local Maps

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Jul 2018