Mountain Biking in Tuscaloosa, AL
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RootsRated explores the best mountain biking trails in Tuscaloosa. From quick rides to all-day epics, let our experts help you find the perfect trails. Our destinations are chosen by outdoors experts who live and play in Tuscaloosa, so you’re sure to find the top adventures and maybe even a few local secrets!
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.
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.
One of Tuscaloosa's hidden gems. Regularly maintained mountain biking trails well suited for hikers, runners, and pet owners alike.
Historical location with pristine trails, camping, and ghosts of the Confederacy!
You don't have to sacrifice adventurous weekends when football season rolls around. Here, great pre- and post-game day options for getting outdoors around Alabama.
Bikepacking to Bankhead National Forest is an 80-mile, two-wheeled adventure, with wilderness and waterfalls awaiting.
From off-the-beaten-path trails to a canyon alive with bioluminescence, these fascinating Alabama outdoor destinations are worth getting to know.
Chewacla State Park is best known for its stunning waterfalls, but its mountain biking, hiking, and camping are all worth exploring, too.
Former industrial sites, star-filled skies, and utopian waterfalls are just a few of the photo-friendly outdoor spots in Alabama.
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