Sunset Picnic Hike with Wild Alabama

Join Wild Alabama for a lovely picnic experience at a westward facing overlook high up in the Talladega Mountains. A short hike from the trailhead will give optimal views and a great place to stop for a sunset supper hike. Headlamps are recommended just in case it gets dark before we get out of the [...]

Pinhoti Shelter Clean-Up with Wild Alabama

Talladega National Forest

There have been some reports of some trash that has accumulated at a shelter along the Pinhoti and we would like to pick it up! Registration is required to learn where to meet & for weather updates! We like to do our part to give back to the Pinhoti Trail and that involves keeping an [...]

August Forest Bathing Walk in Bankhead National Forest

Bankhead National Forest

Alternating between Friday and Saturday typically (but not always) on the last weekend of the month, Wild Alabama’s Janice Barrett teams up with writer and teacher Anne Markham Bailey, founder of Forest Bathing Alabama to offer walks in what the Japanese call Shinrin Yoku, or literally translated, wood-air bathing, or forest bathing. A forest bathing [...]

Covered Bridge Hike to Powell Falls with FLFR

Tonka Shell in Cleveland, AL (hwys 79 & 160) Cleveland, AL, USA, United States

Register to join the Friends of the Locust Fork River for a Saturday morning hike! Enjoy a walk by the river and the colorful woods from Swann Covered Bridge to Powell Falls. Dress for the weather and bring comfortable shoes, snacks, water and your camera - there will be lots of opportunities to take great [...]

Haiku Poetry Walk with Friends of the Locust Fork River

Palisades Park, Oneonta, AL 1225 Palisades Pkwy, Oneonta, AL, United States

Join the Friends of the Locust Fork River for a Haiku Poetry Walk at Palisades Park! Lisa Martin will lead a walk along some of the beautiful paths of Palisades Park. She suggests bringing comfortable walking shoes and a walking stick, there is loose gravel on the paths. Bring water, a notebook and pen/pencil. Irene [...]

Poetic Walk at Swann Covered Bridge with FLFR

Tonka Shell in Cleveland, AL (hwys 79 & 160) Cleveland, AL, USA, United States

Join the Friends of the Locust Fork River for poetic walk at Swann Covered Bridge! Saturday morning in November when the leaves are turning color and the river’s rumbling sound calms our minds, join us for this easy walk. During the walk, we will pause to reflect and to record our experience with river poet [...]

Fall Education Fair with Land Trust of North AL

Chapman Mountain Nature Preserve 1263 US Hwy 72 East, Huntsville, AL, United States

Spend some time with the Land Trust at Chapman Mountain Nature Preserve with an afternoon of fun, educational opportunities for all ages! Explore the outdoor world with a variety of activities, including the opportunity to learn about birds of prey, foraging, mountain biking, geology, and trees.  You can walk the trails and learn from the several naturalists and [...]

Horton Mill Covered Bridge Hike with FLFR

Horton Mill Covered Bridge, on Hwy 75 north of Oneonta, AL Oneonta, AL 35121, USA, United States

Enjoy a beautiful hike along the Calvert Prong from Horton Mill Covered Bridge to the old mill site with the Friends of the Locust Fork River! Easy hike. Children love it... there are mushrooms, colorful leaves, the flowing river and crisp air. Led by Tammy Mason Meet Saturday, November 11 at 10:00 am at Horton [...]

ARA’s Young Professional Hike & Mixer

Hurricane Creek Trail Parking Lot 7005 Old Birmingham Hwy, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Hey, Young Professionals of Tuscaloosa! Looking for a fun Saturday afternoon and to get involved with environmentalism in Alabama? Join ARA's Young Professional River Defenders on April 13th for a hike and social afterwards in Tuscaloosa! 3:00 PM - Gather at Hurricane Creek Park for a guided hike and presentation from YOUR Hurricane Creekkeeper, the legendary John Wathen! We'll [...]

Memorial Weekend Hike to Cornelius Falls

Maypop Eco Retreat 1664 Hamilton Mountain Road, Blountsville, AL, United States

Join FLFR for this easy-to-moderate hike to Cornelius Falls - a very scenic site on the river that car tourists will never see. It's a 15 minute hike in (downhill), but 25 minutes uphill coming out. Some folks like to go slow and talk about trees. Other folks scoot ahead to get in more play [...]