Loretta Lynn

Huntsville

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  1. Mountain Mist Trail

    Huntsville

    Mountain Mist Trail, in Monte Sano State Park, is well known locally for a 50K marathon. This moderate to difficult trail offers bluff views, hazards and an exhilarating adventure for hikers, runners and bikers.

  2. Bankhead National Forest-Camping, Hiking

    Huntsville

    The beautiful Bankhead National Forest features roughly 150 miles or multi-use trails and plenty of recreational opportunities.

  3. Flint River-Paddling

    Huntsville

    The Flint River is a beautiful blueway which meanders from Tennesee flowing south then merge with the Tennessee River. The Flint is an easy paddle for all ages offering beautiful scenery, caves and camping opportunities. Most areas are tame enough for Stand Up Paddleboards.

  4. Wade Nature Preserve - Trail Running

    Huntsville

    Wade Nature Preserve offers paved greenway sections, easy and rugged trails and visitors can enjoy the Toyota Environmental Pavilion near the parking lot off Pulaski Pike (west side) only minutes from downtown Huntsville. A prescription for Huntsville’s lucky population of more than 186,000 outdoor enthusiasts; hiking, trail running and horseback riding.

  5. Hays Nature Preserve - Hiking

    Huntsville

    Hays Nature Preserve is an abundant park bursting with outdoor activities for all ages. Locals and guests can partake in hiking, paddling, a kids playground, picnic areas, a bike greenway and equestrian trails, with an educational safari for any one.

  6. Monte Sano Nature Preserve

    Huntsville

    Hiking in Monte Sano Nature Preserve, Huntsville, AL, Land Trust

  7. Blevins Gap Preserve - Hiking

    Huntsville

    Blevin's Gap is a small pocket of wilderness and wildlife beauty in Huntsville offering scenic vistas, rock overhangs and sandstone bluffs for great hiking, running and mountain biking.