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Holiday Trail: Menorah LbNA #72485

Plant date:Sep 22, 2017
Location: 5105 Nolen Ave SE, Huntsville, AL, USA
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Last edited:Nov 26, 2017
Monte Sano State Park is located, near Huntsville, in northeast Alabama. In Spanish, Monte Sano means “Mountain of Health.” In the late 1800s, visitors from across the United States came for “the season” to experience and enjoy Monte Sano’s fresh air, spectacular views and mineral springs.
Today in the park they have many activities that bring people to the park. Hiking and Biking trails, Camping and Cabins, History and fun new activities abound. On your visit to the park you will need to pay an entrance fee and you may want to stop by the camp store and pick up a map before you head to the trail head parking lot.

From trail head parking lot follow the South Plateau Trail to where it splits and go left. Follow the White Blazes for a good distance and you will pass many trail intersections and a few shelters. You will pass the 2 mile maker (you have only been 1.5 miles in this direction) and you will pass one more shelter after this be on the watch for a big W (three sister tree) shortly after will be a large four trunk tree with a GEO-Cache in the base. Lets go on down the trail to the next trail intersection for the Bucca Family Bike trail. Look for a mossy foot tree near here and the box is hidden behind the foot. (HT15)

You can head back to your car or go on down the trail.

Hike length: 2-3 miles