Paddle 50 miles down the Yalobusha River through two distinct landscapes. Start in Grenada with the “Loess Bluffs,” hills of rock dust formed during the Ice Age by grinding glaciers. The river meanders from the Grenada Lake Spillway, through the bluffs to the expansive Delta floodplain of bottomland forests, swamps and agricultural fields. Arrive in Greenwood as the Yalobusha and Tallahatchie Rivers converge to form the Yazoo River just north of downtown. Amazing scenery can be found year-round with countless sandbars and abundant wildlife. This region is part of the Mississippi Flyway which is the route for 40% of all North American migrating waterfowl, shorebirds and neotropical songbirds. The highlight of the trail is along Malmaison Wildlife Management Area, containing 10,000 acres of forests and wetlands perfect for wildlife viewing, exploring, camping, or hunting. The trail can be completed in 3-4 days or choose one section for a daytrip.