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High Ore Line Trail
From the north end of the High Ore Line Trail, users can continue on sidewalks or bike lanes. Near Midfield, Alabama
All GUTS, No Glory
A single "lap" of the longest, continuous race loop going counterclockwise. Near Brookside, Alabama
Five Mile Creek - Segment 3: Cane Creek Branch Rail-to-Trail Greenway III
A great asset in the North Jefferson Area, this section is enjoyable alone or with the whole family. Near Fultondale, Alabama
Linda & Jack McDuffee Blue Trail
The infamous JCC trail packs a lot of trail into a relatively small area! Near Mountain Brook, Alabama
West Side Trail
A pleasant ride on the west side of the Duck River Reservoir. Near Cullman, Alabama
East Side Trail
A pleasant trail along the east side of the Duck River Reservoir. Near Cullman, Alabama
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Lake Smith Rock Climbing 

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All the listed routes are deepwater soloing routes accessible only by boat or intense bushwacking around the perimeter of the lake. Rock type is indicitive of central Alabama with conglomerate amist sandstone. The closer to the surface of the lake, the sharper the consistency of the rock.

Getting There 

Accessible by boat or personal watercraft. The lake is in a "dry" county so refrain from having visible alcohol.

Climbing Season

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Weather station 10.2 miles from here

1 Total Climbing Routes

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Featured Route For Lake Smith

Tom Tom Depth Finder V1+ 5  Alabama : Lake Smith : The Cave
The route begins at the small tree resting right above the waterline. It follows a rcackline driectly up until you hit a small ledge 15-20 feet of the ground. Traverse right slightly once you are above the ledge to grab onto a large flake. Route continues along flake and finishes with a large pocket roughly 35 feet off the waterline....[more]   Browse More Classics in Alabama

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By BirminghamBen
From: Birmingham, AL
Jun 26, 2015
It's called "Smith Lake". Not, Lake Smith. And if you are gonna post DWS on Smith Lake, you ought to identify a cove or nearby landmark.

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