Morrow Mountain State ParkSugarloaf Mountain Trail

Badin, North Carolina

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The Sugarloaf Mountain Trail, located at the heart of Morrow Mountain State Park, is a short hike that offers both a physical challenge and a great reward. After a short but challenging climb, the trail follows the ridge of Sugarloaf Mountain to reveal views of Morrow Mountain, Fall Mountain, and the neighboring Uwharrie National Forest before descending quickly back to the trailhead. One of the best ways to scope out the park is to hike the Sugarloaf Mountain Trail and survey the territory that lies beneath Fall Mountain and along the banks of the Pee Dee River. The Sugarloaf Mountain Trail is a loop with a 0.1-mile stem. Travel the loop clockwise for a more gradual grade to the top of Sugarloaf Mountain.

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"The Sugarloaf Mountain Trail, located at the heart of Morrow Mountain State Park, is a short hike that offers both a physical challenge and a great reward. After a short but challenging climb, the trail follows the ridge of Sugarloaf Mountain to reveal views of Morrow Mountain, Fall Mountain, and the neighboring Uwharrie National Forest before descending quickly back to the trailhead.

One of the best ways to scope out the park is to hike the Sugarloaf Mountain Trail and survey the territory that lies beneath Fall Mountain and along the banks of the Pee Dee River. The Sugarloaf Mountain Trail is a loop with a 0.1-mile stem. Travel the loop clockwise for a more gradual grade to the top of Sugarloaf Mountain."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Badin
Distance: 2.8
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: 1.5 to 2 hours
Season: All year
Local Maps: USGS Morrow Mountain
Driving Directions: Directions to Morrow Mountain State Park:Sugarloaf Mountain Trail

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May 2018