Thankfully, spring is almost here. It’s a great time to get outside and enjoy all that nature has to offer. One of the best ways to get your exercise and see wonderful natural surroundings is hiking and riding a bike.
Here is a collection of 13 amazing trails in Alabama State Parks. Hiking these trails offers a chance to see waterfalls, expansive vistas and abundant wildlife. The descriptionss offer details about the trail, difficulty, length and what you can expect to see on your hike. Some trails can be shared by hikers and bike riders.
For example, the most popular trail at Cheaha State Park is the Bald Rock Boardwalk. There are 3 paths that lead out to Bald Rock Outlook; a boardwalk and a dirt trail, on either side of the boardwalk. The boardwalk leads to an amazing vista at the Bald Rock Outlook.
Or, Chewacla State Park has a great partnership with Central Alabama Mountain Peddlers (CAMP) that offers a great trail system to the public. The park offers 28 miles of trails shared by cyclists and hikers. One trail, the “For Pete’s Sake Trail” is 8 miles long.