Waterproof and Tear Resistant!
High Quality Sipsey Wilderness, Black Warrior Wildlife Management Area of the William B. Bankhead National Forest. Including Hiking Trails, Forest Service Routes, Black Warrior Horse Trail System, Flint Creek Multi-Use Trails & Canoeing on the Sipsey Fork and Upper Brushy Creek. WIth UTM, GPS Grids & Coordinates! 25″x38″. Two-sided. Waterproof and Tear Resistant! Located in the Bankhead National Forest in Alabama, is Bankhead’s jewel the Sipsey Wilderness, sometimes called the “Land of a Thousand Waterfalls.” Designated by Congress in 1975, the Sipsey Wilderness originally contained 12,726 acres, and in 1988, Congress increased the area to 25,906 acres. A maze of upland ridges and deep, lushly grown canyons, the Sipsey’s irregular topography is the result of a meeting between the limestone geology of the Cumberland Plateau and flowing, falling water — a lot of it. Thread your way into one of its deeper hollows and you’ll find stands of giant, ancient trees; in typical southern Appalachian fashion, they’ll likely be a diverse lot that includes yellow pine, eastern hemlock, and cucumber magnolia all jumbled together. And the music of falling water will almost certainly be heard wherever you go, likely from more than one quarter.