Enchanted Forest Trail & Woodland Falls Trail in Pine Mountain Club

As we progress into cooler weather, we can finally start dreaming about beautiful walks in the snow (and pray that weather will be upon us soon). No more freakishly hot summer days. Hopefully no more fires! Well, if you find yourself in a nice getaway up in Pine Mountain Club, then you have to check out both the Enchanted Forest Trail and Woodland Falls Trail; these two hikes are not to be missed! Especially if you have been experiencing winter weather!


Last winter, we went up to Pine Mountain Club and stayed in this beautiful cabin here! It was an unforgettable experience. Though the weather wasn’t too terribly cold, we were able to see snow, as it had recently been snowing in the area. It wasn’t on the roads, which was great news, but when we went to hike, we found the snow still painting the landscape of these two hiking trails. It was beautiful!


First, we hiked Woodland Falls trail, and I’m so glad we did. At the beginning of the trail, there was a light amount of snow tossed about in the trees. As we progressed further up to the frozen falls, we found 2-3 feet of snow on the terrain. A few times, we would fall through the snow, but for the most part, it was compact enough for us to walk on. We watched a local dog run around and roll in it, so it is an amazing adventure if you have dogs! Because there was some elevation to it, it was harder to go on the trail with the snow, so bringing walking sticks or skiing poles is a very good idea! We happened to bring them without knowing, and it really saved us when we turned and had to walk downhill on the softer areas of snow.

Woodland Falls trail is a very easy hike at only 0.6 miles long out and back with 298 feet of elevation. So, even with snow, it’s a relatively short and easy hike.


The Enchanted Forrest Trail was an adventurous trail through trees and more snow. This one is 1.5 miles in length with a much higher elevation of 574 feet. We didn’t finish this one only because the snow made it a little too difficult at the time. But from what I hear, this trail is beautiful in the summer months. The start of the trail was truly a sight to see with the snow around it, however, so I’d still give it a try in the winter months, too.


All in all, when visiting Pine Mountain Club, you must check out Woodland Falls Trail in the winter and the Enchanted Forest trail in the warmer months.

Malorie Mackey

Malorie Mackey is an actress, published author, and adventurer based out of Los Angeles, California. Throughout her experiences, Malorie found a love for travel and adventure, having journeyed to over a dozen countries experiencing unique locations. From the lush jungles of the Sierra Madre mountain range to the Arctic Circle in Finnish Lapland, Malorie began adventuring and writing about her unique travels. These travel excerpts can be found on VIVA GLAM Magazine, in Malorie’s Adventure Blog, in Malorie’s adventure show “Weird World Adventures” and in the works for her full-length travel book. Stay tuned as Malorie travels the world bringing its beauty and wonder to you.

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