The trail is considered a moderate trail with some grade.

Little Fox Creek

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A day-use area at Harris Lake developed in partnership with the Lake Wedowee Property Owner’s Association surrounded by water and perfect for a family outing. This park has miles of walking trails, acres of pollinator plots, numerous places to fish along the water and unique gazebos and benches found along the way. If being outside with […]

Swayback Bridge Trail

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This trail by Lake Jordan in Wetumpka is a mix of old-school hand-built single track with some newer style flow trail being added. The trail is almost completely singletrack with some tight technical sections along with some steep climbs and decents. It is especially beautiful in the spring when the wild azaleas are blooming along […]

Heflin Spur of the Pinhoti Trail

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Want to hike to Maine and then on to Canada ????? Start at Heflin City Hall on the Heflin Spur of the Pinhoti Trail. Enjoy  Scenic Mountain Views— Old Growth forest —-Train watching—— Rocky Creek Waterfall—Cahulga Park—Downtown Heflin Branching from the 350 mile Pinhoti National Recreation Trail, the Heflin Spur of the Pinhoti Trail is […]

Arrowhead Trail

The Land Trust is passionate about preserving lands for public use and encouraging residents and visitors alike to connect with the wonders of the natural world.Huntsville installed a series of signs from Big Spring Park along 1.2 miles streets that lead residents and visitors to the Three Caves trailhead Ð and the Land TrustÕs 25+ […]

Flat Rock Trail

The Land Trust is passionate about preserving lands for public use and encouraging residents and visitors alike to connect with the wonders of the natural world.Huntsville installed a series of signs from Big Spring Park along 1.2 miles streets that lead residents and visitors to the Three Caves trailhead Ð and the Land TrustÕs 25+ […]

Indian Trail

Old Cahawba has approximately 11.6 miles of trail in which hikers can walk through central Alabama prairie and pine woods habitats. Parking for the trails is located on Cahaba Road 1 mile west of the intersection with County Road 9. Courtesy: Forever Wild

Federal Trail

Old Cahawba has approximately 11.6 miles of trail in which hikers can walk through central Alabama prairie and pine woods habitats. Parking for the trails is located on Cahaba Road 1 mile west of the intersection with County Road 9. Courtesy: Forever Wild

Vernado Trail

The Certain Tract is part of the larger Blevin’s Gap Nature Preserve that is managed by the Land Trust of North Alabama and the City of Huntsville. It provides hikers with a total of 11 miles of hiking trails with 3.7 miles going through Certain Tract. Six of the 10 trails can be accessed from […]

Cahawba Trail

Old Cahawba has approximately 11.6 miles of trail in which hikers can walk through central Alabama prairie and pine woods habitats. Parking for the trails is located on Cahaba Road 1 mile west of the intersection with County Road 9. Courtesy: Forever Wild

Wild Trail

Nestled in the heart of Madison, atop it’s tallest peak is a hidden gem. Minutes from downtown, the Rainbow Mountain Preserve, technically part of Stoneridge Park owned and operated by the city, wraps one side of the mountain, offering adventures through boulder gardens, bluffs, a wonderland of wildflowers throughout the year and fantastic views of […]

Batram National Recreation Trail

The scenic Bartram Trail is the first trail in Alabama to be designated a National Recreation Trail. The trail runs through the Tuskegee National Forest for about eight and one half (8 1/2) miles. The Bartram Trail passes through various types of forest wildlife habitat. Trail hikers can see a wide variety of wild flowers […]

Spring Trail

Nestled in the heart of Madison, atop it’s tallest peak is a hidden gem. Minutes from downtown, the Rainbow Mountain Preserve, technically part of Stoneridge Park owned and operated by the city, wraps one side of the mountain, offering adventures through boulder gardens, bluffs, a wonderland of wildflowers throughout the year and fantastic views of […]

Rainbow Loop Trail

Rainbow Mountain Loop Trail is a 1.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Madison, Alabama that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Ja Moo Ko Loop Trail

Nestled in the heart of Madison, atop it’s tallest peak is a hidden gem. Minutes from downtown, the Rainbow Mountain Preserve, technically part of Stoneridge Park owned and operated by the city, wraps one side of the mountain, offering adventures through boulder gardens, bluffs, a wonderland of wildflowers throughout the year and fantastic views of […]

Jakes Path

Nestled in the heart of Madison, atop it’s tallest peak is a hidden gem. Minutes from downtown, the Rainbow Mountain Preserve, technically part of Stoneridge Park owned and operated by the city, wraps one side of the mountain, offering adventures through boulder gardens, bluffs, a wonderland of wildflowers throughout the year and fantastic views of […]

Low Pass Trail

Nestled in the heart of Madison, atop it’s tallest peak is a hidden gem. Minutes from downtown, the Rainbow Mountain Preserve, technically part of Stoneridge Park owned and operated by the city, wraps one side of the mountain, offering adventures through boulder gardens, bluffs, a wonderland of wildflowers throughout the year and fantastic views of […]

Balance Rock Trail

Nestled in the heart of Madison, atop it’s tallest peak is a hidden gem. Minutes from downtown, the Rainbow Mountain Preserve, technically part of Stoneridge Park owned and operated by the city, wraps one side of the mountain, offering adventures through boulder gardens, bluffs, a wonderland of wildflowers throughout the year and fantastic views of […]

High Pass Trail

Nestled in the heart of Madison, atop it’s tallest peak is a hidden gem. Minutes from downtown, the Rainbow Mountain Preserve, technically part of Stoneridge Park owned and operated by the city, wraps one side of the mountain, offering adventures through boulder gardens, bluffs, a wonderland of wildflowers throughout the year and fantastic views of […]

Bold Destiny/Bedford Cash Memorial Trail

The Bold Destiny/Bedford Cash Memorial Trail in Tuskegee National Forest offers 15 miles of riding pleasure in the northern half of the forest. The trail winds through the rolling upland sand hills and traverses managed forest land where riders and hikers see planted pines ranging from 1 to 50 years old. At some stream crossings, […]