Rattlesnake Cliff and Aunt Jennie Trails
Beginning at the picnic area at Falls of Lana, the trail passes the lower end of the Aunt Jennie Trail and the junction with North Branch Trail. After climbing for about 1.0 mile, and after passing the upper end of the Aunt Jennie Trail, the trail forks. The Rattlesnake Cliff trail is to the left. (To the right is the Oak Ridge Trail.) When the trail forks again, the left branch leads to the southern part of Rattlesnake Cliff, with a spectacular view of the lakes and the right branch leads to a smaller west-facing set of cliffs.
|Length||1.4 miles one way|
|Elevation Gain||870 feet|
|Trail Type||Out and Back|
Trailhead: Travel south on Route 100 to its intersection with Route 73. Travel 13.6 miles east on Route 73 into Forest Dale. Turn north onto Route 53, and follow it 5.3 miles. Trailhead parking is a paved parking lot, located on the right and prominently marked. From the north end of the parking lot, follow the footpath to a service road, and turn right. At a sharp curve in the road, there is a toilet building. Bear left here and over a bridge to reach the Falls of Lana Picnic Area. The trail begins at the Falls of Lana Picnic Area.
Latitude/Longitude: 43.904124, -73.062595