Hikers have come out in droves this spring to see nature’s wild display and to exercise! Families and groups like OLLI, the Sierra Club, scouts, homeschools, Healthy Huntsville advocates, Wildflower Society, and many more have enjoyed not only our trails but city greenways and parks, state parks, and other areas where flowers bloom.
Of course, one of the best all-around aerobic activities is hiking. Land Trust trails are free to use year ’round. Trails are open dawn to dusk so enjoy nature’s own health club – the beautiful outdoors!
Did you participate in the “Health Huntsville” initative? Don’t stop now! Our Preserves are just minutes from downtown and are great venues for exercise and reflection. Hit trails with the kids and grandkids – special memories are just waiting to be made.
Suggested hiking equipment: long pants, comfortable shoes with good tread & bottled water.
In case of rain, hikes will be cancelled. Please verify cancellation via here on our website or on Facebook at Land Trust North Alabama.
Land Trust hikes are free to the public – donations to help preserve greenspace are gratefully accepted.
*Sunday, May 5 @ 2:00 pm **Cancelled due to rains.**
Huntsville Mountain’s Fanning Trail: Love the Rock Ledges and Fossils
We’ll have more guided hikes this fall. Announcements will be here and on Facebook.
In the meantime, enjoy the trails with family, pets, and friends.
NOTE: “Tuesdays on the Trail” events have been scheduled for June and July. Spots are first come, first served and all but two are FREE! Call the Land Trust for reservations and mark your calendar for some outdoor fun!