Sam Calhoun

Huntsville

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  1. Aldridge Creek Greenway - Cycling

    Huntsville

    5.5 miles of trail along a rocky stream that parallels beautiful Green Mountain offers scenic views and pedaling beside the Tennessee River.

  2. Big Cove Creek Greenway - Cycling

    Huntsville

    5 miles of greenway traverses the scenic Flint River, meandering through fields and lush forests just a short jaunt from town.

  3. Monte Sano State Park - Mountain Biking

    Huntsville

    On the west side of town, Monte Sano State Park is the outdoors mecca of Huntsville. 22 miles of trail stretch across a multitude of terrain and technical components, offering many different options for mountain bikers.

  4. Lake Guntersville State Park - Mountain Biking

    Huntsville

    36 miles of multi-use trail rewards mountain bikers of all skill level with waterfalls, great fall colors and scenic views of Lake Guntersville.

  5. Monte Sano State Park - Trail Running

    Huntsville

    On the west side of town, Monte Sano State Park is the outdoors mecca of Huntsville. 22 miles of trail stretch across a multitude of landscapes, offering many different options for trail runners.

  6. Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge - Paddling

    Huntsville

    Paddling opportunities abound at Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge with miles along the Tennessee River and secluded lakes offering great views and opportunity to see thousands of migrating waterfowl.

  7. Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve-Hiking

    Huntsville

    15 miles of waterfalls, bluffs, overlooks and creek side trails nestled in the hills of northwest Alabama.

  8. Cave Mountain Small Wild Area- Hiking

    Huntsville

    Just minutes from Lake Guntersville Dam, Cave Mountain Small Wild Area offers stunning views of the Tennesee River and Tupelo Gum swamps. A loop trail abundant with wildflowers and great fall colors.

  9. Lake Guntersville State Park - Hiking

    Huntsville

    Overlooking beautiful Guntersville Lake on the Tennessee River, 36 miles of trail, ranging from short easy treks to difficult climbs await you.

  10. Rainbow Mountain Preserve- Hiking

    Huntsville

    Experience great views, waterfalls, and hidden treasure in Madison's only land preserve. Pet friendly, these trails offer a little excitement and adventure for everyone.

  11. Wade Mountain Nature Preserve - Hiking

    Huntsville

    Nature preserve offering more than 11 miles of trail with scenic vistas, waterfalls and wildflower displays. Wade Mountain received National Recreation Trail status in 2011.