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Scattertown Trail, a 1.75-mile loop, is located in the Bevill Hill area of the Refuge. It runs along the ridges of the North Central Hills and is one of the Refuge’s most scenic trails. Upland hardwoods, shortleaf pine, mockernut hickory and a thick stand of switch cane are some of the plants hikers will see.
The upland hardwood forests and hilly topography make this one of the best places on the Refuge to see fall colors. The views from the top of the ridges into the ravines can be spectacular during both fall and spring. Visitors to this trail should be ready for moderately steep terrain. This trail is not wheelchair accessible.
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