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Best Hiking Trails in Alabama

Best Hiking Trails in Alabama

1. DeSoto Scout Trail

  • Near: DeSoto State Park
  • Length: 16 miles
  • Features: scenic beauty

2. Oak Mountain Park Red

  • Near: Pelham
  • Length: 17 miles
  • Features: Rocky terrains, water bodies

3. Walls of Jericho Trail

  • Near: Estillfork
  • Length: 3.5 miles
  • Features: Rocky terrains, water bodies

4. Talladega Pinhoti Trail

  • Near: Alabama-Georgia
  • Length: 339 miles
  • Features: Waterfalls, views, valley

5. Cherokee Ridge Alpine Trail

  • Near: Dadeville
  • Length: 4 miles
  • Features: Lake

6. Noccalula Falls Historic Gorge Trail

  • Near: Gadsden
  • Length: 1.4 miles
  • Features: Views, caves

7. Monte Sano State Park’s Mountain Mist Trail

  • Near: Huntsville
  • Length: 5 miles
  • Features: Densely wooded

8. Cheaha State Park Odum Scout Trail

  • Near: Lineville
  • Length: 9.8 miles
  • Features: Wilife, wildflowers

9. Sipsey River Trail

  • Near: Double Springs
  • Length: 12.8 miles
  • Features: Waterfalls, wildflowers

10. Phil Campbell Dismals Canyon

  • Near: Phil Campbell
  • Length: 1.5 miles
  • Features: Wilderness, waterfalls

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