Hiking in Louisiana

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Tammany Trace
Tammany Trace
Covington, Louisiana, United States
 
Easy: 27 miles, Full day
Just across Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans, the Tammany Trace is Louisiana's premier rail-trail.

"The Trace," as the locals call it, has so much to offer for trail users of all ages. From the brewery and brew pub in Abita to the numerous playgrounds and parks that line the trail, you won't lack for things to see and do as you make your way from Covington, LA to Slidell. Many visitors to the Tammany Trace will access this trail from New Orleans....
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State Highpoint - Driskill Mountain Louisiana
by RobertDangerByrd on Dec 19, 2010
Driscoll (historical), Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 2.3 miles
I have a goal to visit the highest point in every state in America and this trip is one more checked off the list. You will find links to all of my EveryTrail reports, complete post trip reports and photo galleries here on Robert Danger Byrd's State Highpoint Lists. You can also track my real time progress via satellite beacon and receive daily status updates during climbs via the website.
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LA State Park - Bogue Chitto
by SiRkIt on Jul 27, 2013
Pine Cliff, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 5.8 miles
It was raining on and off so there where sections, mainly at the beginning and end where the camera spent its time in a water proof bag. 
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by runkh on Nov 18, 2008
Nunez, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 2.0 miles
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by bcmoberg on Mar 05, 2009
Claiborne Hill, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 0.0 miles
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Driscoll Mountain -LA High Point
by walkabout44 on Mar 02, 2009
Driscoll (historical), Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 29 miles
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White Tail Trail
by keithia on Mar 18, 2009
Aycock, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 1.5 miles
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Multitrail
by keithia on Mar 18, 2009
Aycock, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 3.0 miles
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Spring Break Multitrail Hike
by keithia on Mar 18, 2009
Aycock, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 3.0 miles
This hiking trip proved to me that I am NOT in good shape!!!Joey and I spent the week at Lake Claiborne State Park. Beautiful, peaceful and relaxing place!!
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Driscoll Mountain Trip
by mike06 on Jul 07, 2009
Dubberly, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 59 miles
A trip to Driscoll Mountain with Judy,Mel,Dan and Me.
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Tunica Hills South Tract/Sawmill Trail
by ericheber on Feb 12, 2012
Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 3.4 miles
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Tunica Hills South Tract/North Trail
by ericheber on Feb 12, 2012
Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 2.0 miles
First time for us on this trail. Was 35 degrees when we stepped out of the truck but we quickly warmed up as we headed out. You'll notice for the first part of our trip we are heading west, parallel to the road. This is not the north trail, but us hiking off trail up and down ravines. The sharp turn north is when we finally hit the North Trail.
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Kisatchie hills Backbone trail
by ericheber on Feb 25, 2012
Red Dirt, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 6.6 miles
This trail has some very unique geography, for Louisiana. A lot of up and down hiking and sandstone hills to explore. Fire rings are spread out along the whole trail and I've marked a few with photos. This is actually two trips combined to show the entirety of the trail. There are also other smaller trails that i plan to track later.
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Comite river city park baton rouge
by drbeckysue on May 13, 2012
Comite Estates, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 4.4 miles
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Fountainebleau state park
by drbeckysue on Jul 01, 2012
Nott, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 4.3 miles
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Wild Azalea Trail section 11-12, W-E
by mung on Jun 22, 2013
Woodworth, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 4.7 miles
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Wild Azalea Trail; section 1; Valentine trailhead to FR 206
by mung on Jun 23, 2013
Boyce, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 4.0 miles
This is an update to the Wild Azalea Trail, which has recently been re-blazed, broken into chunks that can be done as day-hikes.  Section 1 runs from Valentine Lake to FR 206.
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Wild AzaleaTrail; sec. 1; FR 206 to Valentine Lake trailhead; E-W
by mung on Jun 23, 2013
Elmer, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 3.9 miles
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LA State Park - Tickfaw
by SiRkIt on Aug 04, 2013
Neal Landing, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 5.9 miles
Tickfaw River Trail and Bordwalk
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Wild Azalea Trail-castor plunge rd to FR
by mung on Feb 09, 2014
Woodworth, Louisiana, United States
Hiking | 3.0 miles
This portion of the Wild Azalea Trail runs from Castor Plunge Road to FR 277.  During spring there are numerous wild azaleas just to the SW of the trail, in a draw a few hundred yards from the start.  Look to the left as you go downhill.  This part runs along an old tram line used to haul out timber in the 1920s and 30s.  The bridges have been replaced, and when...