Hiking to the Walls of Jericho

Hiking to the Walls of Jericho

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Hiking to the walls of Jericho from the Alabama side

Walls of Jericho is around  6 miles total. It is a difficult hike. It isn’t hard going in, but on the way out it does become difficult. There is also a horse trail, places to camp, and waterfalls. It is a beautiful place to hike. There is a lot to see. It took us about 5 hours, but I would give yourself at least 6-7 hours. Everyone’s pace is different. You also can see all sorts of animals; birds, bats, otters, etc. I will let my pictures do the rest. Watch the video at the end to watch small clips that show of the Walls better than the pictures. Also you can find an address at the end on how to get there.

Walls of Jericho
Beginning of trail
Walls of Jericho
Beginning of trail

Walls of Jericho

Walls of Jericho

Walls of Jericho
First bridge
Walls of Jericho
Virginia Blue bells?

Walls of Jericho

Walls of Jericho

Walls of Jericho
This tree was hollowed out on the back side

Walls of Jericho

Walls of Jericho
second bridge
Walls of Jericho
Some people camping out
Walls of Jericho
There is a small cemetery on the hike!
Walls of Jericho
Head stone
Walls of Jericho
We saw an otter! Can you spot it?
Walls of Jericho
Made it to the waterfall, at least one of them.

Walls of Jericho

Walls of Jericho

Walls of Jericho

Walls of Jericho

Walls of Jericho
Climbing up higher after the first waterfall.
Walls of Jericho
Waterfall up at the top! You have to climb down to get to it.
Walls of Jericho
Sure you have to throw a selfie in. There was a cave area down at the bottom left, but of course there is water running in.
Walls of Jericho
This is on the second half after the first waterfall on the left.
Walls of Jericho
The rocks were a little red/pink and I thought they were pretty.
Walls of Jericho
On the way back, I was checking out some birds.
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A little market before you reach the trail. It looks like it used to be a gas station. You can order real food there as well. I really liked the tables and chairs that were in there.

Here is an address to get you there:

Walls of Jericho Alabama Trailhead, Estillfork, AL 35745

Watch this video for additional video clips:

For more places to hike in Alabama check out this link

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23 thoughts on “Hiking to the Walls of Jericho

  1. This is so awesome! I lived in Alabama for about 10 years, and did a Walls of Jericho hike myself. It was so beautiful when we went in the Spring. Great stuff!

    • It is a beautiful place! There are so many great places to hike in Alabama! Alabama doesn’t get enough credit for all of our nature. We have a lot of stuff that can’t be found anywhere else in the U.S. and world.

  2. OMG the little otter swimming in your video *u* And it looked fast!!
    And the waterfalls are really cool, the one in the case looks so fun!
    It looks like a really nice hike, and I really need to get in shape to be able to take on hikes like that…

    • The otter was sooo cool and cute! I am not in shape either, so I struggle when their are inclines. I am wanting to do more hikes so that I can build my endurance up. It was really pretty though.

  3. This would be an amazing hike to do – so much wildlife. Would love to camp there and take my time round the trail. It’s also worth doing the hike to get up close and personal to the waterfalls!

  4. Your photos have perfectly captured the beauty of this area ! I’m a truly nature lover and your photos of beautiful waterfalls and forests are great. When we get closer to nature—be it untouched wilderness or a backyard tree—we do our overstressed brains a favor. I love this feeling 🙂

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