Welcome to the North Alabama Hiking Home Page!

This website is for anyone interested in hiking some of the great trails that North Alabama and Southern Tennessee has to offer! Alabama hiking trails offer hikers a lot of diversity. Within a 50 mile radius of Lauderdale County you have hiking trails that take you along side the beautiful Tennessee River, alongside creeks and branches, and in some areas you can hike in the mountains and get breath taking views. I encourage you all to take some time and visit these trails and experience what Alabama has to offer.

On this website you will find information on the trails I have hiked so far. I will be adding more trails later when I am able to get a chance to visit them. I have brief descriptions on how I hiked each of the trails along with photos and other basic information. You will also find directions to each trail on the "directions to trail" link. This link has embedded google map locations of that specific trail head.

I hope you will get a chance to visit some of the trails listed here on the site, or some of the other hiking trails in Alabama. In the mean time, I hope you enjoy viewing the photos here on the site as well.


Visited Bucks Pocket State Park

5/16/2016. I just visited Bucks Pocket State Park in Grove Oak Alabama over the weekend and now have the page for it uploaded. Just click here: Bucks Pocket State Park Page . Also, be sure and visit the Grove Oak Store while you are there.

Discovering Alabama

A new addition to the North Alabama Hiking website is a link to the Discovering Alabama website. Discovering Alabama is a unique tv show hosted by Dr. Doug Phillips from the University of Alabama that educates viewers about our states natural resources. Discovering Alabama has episodes about some of the locations mentioned here on the NAH site such as the Sipsey Wilderness, Lake Guntersville State Park, and others. So for more information you can click www.discoveringalabama.org to go to their website.

Oak Mountain State Park

I was sent some information about the trails at Oak Mountain State Park in Pelham, Alabama. I have not been there myself but I plan to visit there someday. This information was sent to me from Mike and Kelly Ezell. Kelly is a superintendent at the park. Click here to find out information about Oak Mountain State Park

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