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    Cabin was nice and the canyon was beautiful and interesting. Great mini-vacation destination

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    Awesome!

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    Easily one of the most unique and gorgeous hidden natural wonders to be found across the state, and indeed the southeast in general. It’s almost impossible to believe that such a tiny wonderland exists amongst the criss-cross of farmland and second growth forest west of the Bankhead NF, but this privately-owned little area is an experience you won’t forget. The trails themselves are rough going at some points, and in varying degrees of shape and difficulty (it’s a privately-run natural area, don’t expect anything fancy) but to the careful hiker, this is a lovely place well worth the visit, especially in hot summer months as the the temperature is rather pleasant down in the canyon year round. Also of note, the EF-5 tornado that passed a mile east of the Canyon on Apr 27 2011 apparently did little if any damage to Dismals Canyon’s facilities and forests, as far as I am aware.

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