Stephanie Kirkland

Tuscaloosa

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  1. Moss Rock Preserve - Hiking

    Tuscaloosa

    Moss Rock Preserve is a popular destination for hikers, runners, and climbers with 12 miles of trails all connected to form a loop throughout the park.

  2. Munny Sokol Park - Mountain Biking

    Tuscaloosa

    Less than six miles away from downtown, Munny Sokol is a short drive for most Tuscaloosa-area residents and features more than 11 miles of trails for beginning, intermediate, and experienced riders.

  3. Moss Rock Preserve - Trail Running

    Tuscaloosa

    Nearly 12 miles of trails wind through Moss Rock Preserve to form a loop that is excellent for trail running.

  4. The University of Alabama Arboretum - Trail Running

    Tuscaloosa

    Nearly 60 acres of protected forest lie in the heart of Tuscaloosa at The University of Alabama Arboretum, where dozens of native and non-native, but often rare, trees provide a shaded getaway year-round for local runners and hikers craving an outdoor getaway.

  5. Lake Lurleen State Park - Mountain Biking

    Tuscaloosa

    Lake Lurleen State Park is without a doubt West Alabama’s premiere mountain biking trail system. With more than 22 miles of trails that close at sunset, it is best suited to planned weekend rides.

  6. The University of Alabama Quad - Road Running

    Tuscaloosa

    One of the most popular running destinations in Tuscaloosa is The University of Alabama Quad, an expansive, 22-acre green space with two-thirds of a mile of sidewalks surrounding the perimeter.

  7. Harry Pritchett Running Park - Trail Running

    Tuscaloosa

    The Harry Pritchett Running Park, better known to locals at the former University Golf Course, is maintained by The University of Alabama as a training and competition course for its cross country team, though locals often use the course for trail running.

  8. Tuscaloosa Veterans Affairs Medical Center - Road Running

    Tuscaloosa

    Mostly flat with a few short, steep hills, the two-mile loop around the Tuscaloosa Veterans Affairs Medical Center is perfect for speed work, especially for runners looking for a change of scenery.

  9. Levee Trail - Road Running

    Tuscaloosa

    The Levee Trail is a paved, two-mile, out-and-back trail that runs along the north bank of the Black Warrior River. It is completely flat and perfect for speed workouts with signs marking every quarter mile of the trail.

  10. 7 Ways to Spend a Summer Day in Tuscaloosa

    Tuscaloosa

    Looking to enjoy the outdoors in Tuscaloosa? Here are 7 places to run, bike, paddle and hike where you won't be disappointed.

  11. 5 Hidden Outdoor Gems Within 60 Miles of Tuscaloosa

    Tuscaloosa

    Tuscaloosa is just a stone's throw away from some of Alabama's best hidden outdoor gems. Here are five within 60 miles of the city.