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Some say hiking in Uwharrie National Forest is best in winter. Warmer months bring concerns of ticks, copperheads and timber rattlesnakes. Hunters during the fall and spring months threaten hikers in off-trail areas.

Hannah's Creek Trail is a connector trail between Robbins Branch Trail and Birkhead Mountain Trail. All three trails may be combined for an extensive circuit hike.

This trail crosses Hannah's Creek shortly after forking off Robbins Branch Trail. You will see an old mountain homestead just before climbing the junction with Birkhead Mountain Trail.

Directions: From Asheboro, NC, Travel SR 49 southwest about 5 miles turning left (south) onto Lassiter Mill Road. Travel Lassiter Mill Road for approximately 5 miles. Trailhead is clearly marked but you will want to begin on Robbins Branch Trail until Hannah's Creek Trail forks right.

Elevation: 490 feet

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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