Hike to Powell Falls with FLFR!

Cleveland, AL

led by Sam Howell. Enjoy a walk by the river and the colorful woods from Swann Covered Bridge to Powell Falls. At 9:30 am we will meet at FLFR's Blue Heron Mural painted on the wall of Sullivan’s 76,  37065 AL-79, Cleveland, AL 35049 Register at www.FLFR.org


First Sunday Hike with Friends of Turkey Creek Nature Preserve

Turkey Creek Nature Preserve 3906 Turkey Creek Rd,, Pinson, AL, United States

Meet in the gravel parking lot just past the main gate at 12:45 pm. We'll head out at 13:00. Hike will be moderate and around 3 miles. See the Friends Of Turkey Creek Nature Preserve Facebook page for updates. The hike is FREE!


Hike with FLFR

Royal Community Park & Center 131 Timmerman Rd, Blountsville, AL, United States

Join Stephen Guesman for a delightful hike to Cornelius Falls. Bring water, a snack, your bathing suit, sunscreen, a hat and comfortable walking shoes. You will meet at the Royal Community Park and Center, just a short drive from the entrance to Cornelius Falls, which is private property.


Cherokee Ridge Trails Day Hike with Sierra Club, Montgomery Group

2234 Overlook Dr, Dadeville, AL 2234 Overlook Dr, Dadeville, AL, United States

Join the Sierra Club, Alabama Chapter, Montgomery Group on a day hike! The trailhead is located on Overlook Drive near Lake Martin Dam. Plan to hike about 4 miles with an optional swim if desired. Dogs on a leash are allowed on trails. There are no restroom facilities at trailhead. Rated moderately strenuous. Cost: Free more »

Guided Hike in Bankhead National Forest with Wild Alabama

Payne Creek Outdoor Classroom & Canyon 1070 AL-33, Double Springs, AL, United States

Group size is limited and advance registration is required. Sign up at [email protected]  Leader:  Janice Barrett Distance: 2 miles roundtrip Level of Difficulty:  Moderate Children are welcome! Wear clothing that is appropriate for the weather  and comfortable for hiking. Footwear needs to be sturdy with good  reliable traction that will keep you upright on slick rocks more »

Salamander Festival with Friends of Shades Creek

Homewood High School Gymnasium 1901 S Lakeshore Dr S, Homewood, AL, United States

The festival takes place Saturday, January 28 from 1:30 to 4:30 at Homewood High School gymnasium. For the past two years, the Salamander Festival has taken place virtually on our website with videos and salamanders included. (Virtual Festival webpage can be seen here: https://shadescreek.org/2022-salamander-festival/) This year we are back live – in-person in a new more »

Palisades Park Hike with Friends of the Locust Fork River

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

"Friends of the Locust Fork River will be taking hikers to new heights! Join hike leader Tammy Mason and see for yourself. Ellen Luce, FLFR vice-president will be there too.   Tammy likes to stroll down the mountain side, it is a beautiful, breathtaking hike. Blount County Palisades Park offers scenic views atop Ebell Mountain. more »

Spring Hike along Graves Creek with Friends of the Locust Fork River

Mardis Mill Falls, Blountsville, AL 546 Mardis Mill Falls, Blountsville, AL, United States

Join the Friends of the Locust Fork River for a poetic spring hike! Please register in advance! Saturday morning in March when wildflowers are starting to bloom and the creek’s rumbling sound calms our minds, join us for this easy to moderate hike. During the hike, we will pause to reflect and to record our more »

Forest Bathing Walk in Bankhead National Forest

Bankhead National Forest

Join Wild Alabama's Janice Barrett and writer/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 walk is not a hike but is rather an opportunity to open deeply to the awareness of being in more »

Guided Hike in Sipsey Wilderness with Wild Alabama

Randolph Trailhead on Cranal Road Cranal Rd, Double Springs, AL, United States

Wild Alabama staff and volunteers lead hikes in the Bankhead National Forest and Talladega National Forest year round.  Driven by our mission to inspire people to enjoy, value and protect the wild places in Alabama, our hikes introduce people of all ages to their National Forests and Wilderness Areas.  The essence of our guided hikes more »