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In this episode, I introduce the Alabama Triple Crown of backpacking. Essentially, it is three loops trails in Alabama, hiked in three days, spanning approximately 60 miles of trails. Join me as I describe the trails and the challenge of being an Alabama Triple Crowner. #alabama #backpacking #hiking
Welcome to state #44: Alabama! We’re checking out some of the best nature spots in the northern part of the state including waterfalls, the #1 hike in the state, an epic cave, the state high point, and so much more. And we were blown away by the beauty! 🔗Links Glow Bowl recipe: 🤍 ⌚Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 00:56 Holmes Chapel Falls 02:33 We had to take Kona to the vet 03:50 Exploring Florence, Alabama 05:23 Trowbridge’s Ice Cream Bar 06:37 Our AMAZING free campsite! 08:19 Hiking the #1 trail in Alabama (Walls of Jericho) 12:15 Exploring the EPIC Stephens Gap Cave 15:50 Quick hike to Desoto Falls 17:11 Our 7th state high point! 18:25 Amazing sunset at Cheaha State Park 📍Locations in this vlog Holmes Chapel Falls: 🤍 Trowbridge’s Ice Cream Bar: 🤍 Free campsite at Brush Creek Park: 🤍 Walls of Jericho: 🤍 Stephens Gap Callahan Cave Preserve: 🤍 Desoto Falls: 🤍 Cheaha State Park: 🤍 Pulpit Rock Trail: 🤍 📷 See ALL of our gear: 🤍 🚐 Our Van Life products: 🤍 💻 Follow us on social media! Instagram 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 🌎 See everywhere we have been + view our blogs and travel guides: 🤍 👋🏼 About us Hi y’all! We’re Adam, Kathryn, and Kona, an adventurous married couple (+ pup!) living on the road in our self-converted sprinter van! You can often find us driving all around the US and Canada, scoping out the best coffee shops, eating tacos and ice cream (we're a 5+ taco and 2+ scoop household), and enjoying nature. We help travelers spend less time (and stress!) planning their trip and more time enjoying it! Our detailed travel guides, YouTube videos, and travel resources share the must-visit local eats, popular and off the beaten path sights, and tons of tips to make planning your next adventure a whole lot easier. Note: We’ve linked a handful of items so you can see exactly which products we take with us. Full disclosureif you click on these links and make a purchase, we get a small commission at no extra cost to you. We will only ever recommend products we truly love, actually use during our adventures, and think you can benefit from too!
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Join me in this video as I visit Birmingham, Alabama and do some hiking at Ruffner Mountain Nature Reserve. The park features 14 miles of hiking trails with many scenic overlooks. :)
The Walls of Jericho Trail is a 9-mile out and back trail near Estillfork, Alabama with a Difficult rating. 1,597 ft in elevation. Because it's a difficult trail to navigate, it's not suitable for amateur hikers. The "Walls" are made from limestone and resemble a large bowl shaped amphitheater. Its main feature is a beautiful hidden waterfall. It's well worth the major effort to get down there. There are beautiful waterfalls and caves to be found! Dustin did this solo this time and I did this with him a few years back with our beagles and I didn't die!
Mention the landscapes of Alabama, and most people are apt to conjure up images of the beaches of the Gulf Shores region or the forested Talladega Mountains. And for good reason—the beaches are famous for their sugar-white sand, and the mountains offer epic views of tree-covered ridges and valleys. Still, Alabama has plenty more to offer in the terrain department. Known as the most biodiverse state east of the Mississippi River, it is also home to river deltas, coastal plains and open prairies. Fortunately, a robust system of trails offers access to Alabama’s scenic bounty. Here are 10 of our favorite trails, from the bustling cities in the north to the sand and surf in the south. Read Top 10 blog: 🤍
This video documents Section 1 of Alabama’s Pinhoti Trail. It’s approximately 21 miles of mixed terrains with some great views, a good camp sight or two, and a taste of rural, small town life. I tried to show the twists and turn of the trail to give those planning a hike a better idea of what’s ahead. There’s also several gear recommendations for a female solo overnight hiker, including makeup products for a backpacker!
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The second hike of the 2021 season took me south, to the Cheaha Wilderness of Alabama, for a hike with Carl, Travis and the dogs. It's hard to believe but it had been nearly 10 months since I last met up with Carl and Travis for the 2020 Cranberry Wilderness hike (thanks to Covid crushing our 2020 western trip plans). I'd been wanting to get down to the Cheaha Wilderness for a number of years, and actually had a trip planned there in 2019 to do the popular Pin-Chin-Sky Loop hike (an 18-mile loop consisting of the Pinhoti Trail, Chinabee Silent Trail, and Skyway Trail) but with bad weather in the forecast then I decided to hike the Red River Gorge in Kentucky to shorten the drive. When planning this trip we looked at three different options: (1) the Pin-Chin-Sky Loop, (2) a north-to-south, point-to-point hike from the Cheaha Trailhead to the Adams Gap Trailhead entirely on the Pinhoti Trail, and (3) the hike we eventually decided upon - a 3-day 15-mile loop hike starting south on the Pinhoti Trail from the Cheaha Trailhead, to the Odom Scout Trail, connecting with the Nubbin Creek Trail, and then Cave Creek Trail back to the cars. After hiking in the Cheaha Wilderness I'm certain any of these options would have made for a great hike, and we all plan to get back to explore the other hike options in the future. Aside from a gnarly, seemingly endless stretch of rock-walking on day #1 (ok, probably a mile or so - seemed much longer!), the trails were very pleasant to walk on - fairly smooth and gently graded, and the views were outstanding (aided by the early-season lack of vegetation). Campsites were fairly plentiful, but water was not. But, thanks to the awesome Guthook app 'Pinhoti Trail' download, we knew that there likely would be no water until we reached camp on day #1 at the 7-mile mark, and had planned accordingly. On day #2 we had no Guthook app 'coverage', and no advance knowledge of the trails or water conditions, and that added a bit to our stress level, but in one of those amazing 'the trail provides' moments we came upon a group of two hikers heading in the opposite direction that gave us great 'intel' on water and a campsite for night #2 (for those thinking of doing this hike, there were only two water sources on day #2, and one source on day #1, so three viable water sources on the entire hike - all shown in the video). For those who have watched my other videos this one is done in the same style - a little less than an hour in length, intended to bring the audience along for the 'ride', and with a still picture slide show with music at the end. If you just have a few minutes skip to the end and enjoy the pictures. Equipment / Gear List: Still and Video Camera: Nikon Z6 🤍 Lens: Nikkor 24mm f1.8 Z-mount lens 🤍 Tripod: Sirui T-025X carbon fiber tripod 🤍 Camera shoulder clip: Peak Designs Capture clip system 🤍 Video Editing Software: Vegas Pro 16 🤍 Pack: Zpacks Arc Blast 55L Tent: Zpacks Triplex Sleeping Bag: Zpacks 20degF Sleeping Bag Sleeping Pad: Therm-A-Rest NeoAir X-Therm 🤍 Sleeping Pad: Therm-A-Rest NeoAir XLite 🤍 Pillow: Exped Air Pillow UL 🤍 Stove: JetBoil Flash 🤍 Stove: MSR PocketRocket 2 🤍 Pot: MSR Titan titanium 0.9L kettle 🤍 Headlamp: Black Diamond Spot 🤍 Buff: Merino wool Buff 🤍 Recharging Battery: Anker 3500mAH ‘lipstick’ charger 🤍 Camp Chair: Helonix Chair Zero 🤍 Camp Shoes: Xero Shoes Z-Trek 🤍 Wet Wipes: Survivorware Wet Wipes 🤍
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DeSoto Falls is the best waterfall in all of Alabama in our opinion and one of the best hikes down to a waterfall that we have ever done, one of Alabama's best attractions within DeSoto State Park. The hike down to the bottom of the falls is incredible but a bit hard to find. There is a small cleared area about a quarter mile before you get to the main parking area for DeSoto Falls on your right under some power lines, just as you come around a curve in the road. You will find the trail there! - You may enjoy these episodes from us as well: * Crater Lake National Park... 🤍 * Rocky Mountain National Park... 🤍 * Top 5 Springs in Florida with a Campground...🤍 Don't forget to subscribe to our channel...🤍 See the gear we use and support our channel by using our Amazon store....🤍 We participate in the Amazon affiliate program and receive a small referral on our store at no cost to you!
The Cutchenmine Trail is a hidden gem of a hike located within Lake Guntersville State Park in Marshall County, Alabama. In the spring, the water is flowing so that three waterfalls can be found, accompanied by flanking views of Lake Guntersville on this moderate 5-mile hike in North Alabama. Located just miles from Buck's Pocket State Park, High Falls Park and Cathedral Caverns State Park, there is plenty of park hopping to be had on an outdoor adventure trip you will not forget! To find more to do in the area, go to visit.mountainlakeschamber.com or follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at 🤍MTLAKESCHAMBER
On a whim we traveled to Alabama. We weren’t sure where we were headed for our day I just knew that we wanted to do a little bit of off-road driving a little bit of hiking and just enjoy being outside. We wound up at Little River Canyon and hiked it’s a little river Falls. When you get a little river canyon the Falls is immediately at the beginning of the trail. Anybody who wants to see Little River Falls can’t see it from an easy paved path to the waterfall. We then traveled the trail down to a section where there was another rolling waterfall. The weather was beautiful and the water was even more beautiful. Do you ever have the chance to head to Fort Payne Alabama do not miss little river canyon. It is an absolutely amazing waterfall.
#alabamatriplecrown #backpacking #alabama In this video, we hike 20 miles in the Sipsey Wilderness and get to see multiple waterfalls in this magical area. For more information on the Sipsey Wilderness, please visit the link below: 🤍 🤍 For more information on The Pinhoti Outdoor Center, please visit their Facebook page: 🤍 #alabamatriplecrown ALABAMA TRIPLE CROWN (ATC) HIKERS As The Crow Flies Hiking 🤍ASTHECROWFLIESHIKING Miyagi On The Trail 🤍MiyagiontheTrail Metro On The Move 🤍MetroOnTheMove Jason Outdoors 🤍JasonOutdoors Side Trail Adventures 🤍SideTrailAdventures JBENHIKES 🤍JBENHIKES Leonidas On The Trail 🤍 Gone Feral With Squidly 🤍 Mark Goes Hiking 🤍TrailandBackAgain Jo2 🤍 Stretch #hiking #backpacking #Alabama #sipsey #wilderness #metroonthemove
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Discover the stunning DeSoto Falls, a 104-foot waterfall nestled in the heart of DeSoto State Park, Alabama. Watch as the cascading waters of the West Fork of the Little River create a picturesque canyon, the park is named after the famed Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto. Full Video ➡️ 🤍 Thank you for watching! Please, Like, Share and Subscribe and make sure to hit that bell for notifications! If you would like to support us further the Thanks button is a way to support monetarily if you wish. Thanks for all your support! We really appreciate it! Like Goal 👍 Can we get 200 likes on this video? ☑️ HELP US REACH 10,000 SUBSCRIBERS! 🔔 Subscribe 🔔 ➡️ 🤍 Georgia State Park Passes Discount 🍑 Use Code " nick_rachel_22 " for 15% Off all memberships ⬇️ 🤍 Follow us everywhere ➡️ 🤍 Tiktok ➡️ 🤍 Instagram ➡️ 🤍 Follow our Facebook 👍 ➡️ 🤍 Pinterest ➡️ 🤍 🎥 Download Newsbreak App 😀 And Follow Us 🤍 🎥 Video Creator or Writer? Become a NewsBreak Creator & Make 💰 🤍 ✉️ Email ➡️ anadventurewithnickandrachel🤍gmail.com 👍 Affiliate Links Below 👍 Find Our Amazon storefront and all of Our social media at this link 👉 🤍 🎁 FREE Download 🎁 The BEST Tool to GROW on YOUTUBE ► 🤍 Copyright free music 🎵 ➡️ 🤍 Grayl Best water filter on the planet 🌎 ➡️ 🤍 Hilltop packs 🥾 Custom Ultralight Backpacking Gear 🥾 🤍 👣 Bigfoot Bushcraft Fire Plugs 👣 15% off Coupon Code: adventurenick&rachel 🤍 🌲 Gear We Use 🌲 ➡️ 🤍 *Disclosure: We only recommend products We would use ourselves and all opinions expressed here are our own. This post contains affiliate links that at no additional cost to you, We may earn a small commission. So if you decide to use our links to buy anything We really appreciate it! It helps support the channel and for Us to continue to make videos like this one. Thank you for your support. #DesotoFalls #hiking # Alabamahiking
"Experience this 2.20 mile, out and back trail near Huntsville, Alabama. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 1 h 2 min to complete. This is a very popular area for hiking." Alltrails
We hiked the Pisgah Gorge Trail early on a Sunday and basically had the place to ourselves. This trail offers beautiful views. It is located in Jackson county Alabama. Sunscreen I use on my face with tint that I highly recommend: 🤍 Bronzer I use with my suncreen: 🤍 Body sunscreen I highly recommend: 🤍 Go here to see my recommendations for products I’ve used and like : 🤍 I have purchased all of these items with my own money and recommend them, these are my affiliate links which means that I get a small commission if you buy something but at no extra cost to you. Thank you! :) Music by Epidemic Sound, get one free month to try it out: 🤍 #alabamatrails #Pisgahgorgetrail #northalabama Sub count: 507
On this adventure we travel to Fort Payne Alabama! For the day we started off at little river canyon. We will put a link to that video it will pop up during this video. I must say DeSoto Falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls we have ever been to. If you have never been to the Fort Payne area you are definitely missing out. DeSoto falls was a moderate hike that was absolutely beautiful. During the hike to De Soto falls you walked along the river on the way there and beautiful Bluffs on the way out. There was even a pretty cool cave at one point. We hope you enjoy this video and make sure you click that subscribe button.
Lake Martin, Alabama has some of the most beautiful hiking trails! The Cherokee ridge Alpine Trail Association maintains some incredible trails of varying skill levels. Andrea and Troy check out the Chimney Rock Trail. Come along!
In the heart of the Bankhead National Forest in Alabama is the Sipsey Wilderness. As part of the Alabama Triple Crown of Hiking, we did a 21 mile loop in the wilderness. The Alabama Triple Crown is three loops in Alabama which are 20 miles each for three consecutive days. Check out this short summary of the loop in the Sipsey. #backpacking #hiking #ultralightbackpacking #sipseywilderness #alabama #outside #adventure
We finished out 2022 with a waterfall hike. It is only fitting that we open 2023 with a waterfall hike. This time to the DeSoto State Park in Alabama and the wonderful 100 ft tall DeSoto Falls. Join me on the trail from the car park to the basin and back again. This video includes a small update on my use of the Wandrd Roam 9L Sling bag and another quick comparison between manually auto focus stacking and the Auto Focus Stack feature in the Canon R6 M2. If you would like to help me with the content creation on this channel, you could buy me a cup of coffee here: 🤍 And thank you! Equipment List (no affiliate links) Canon EOS R Canon M50 Platypod Manfrotto 290 Tripod Manfrotto BeFree Travel Tripod Godox SL-150W Aperture 36" Light Dome Flexispot Adjustable Table iMac with 27" screen for editing Lightroom and Photoshop Music provided by StoryBlocks: 🤍 While I am an amateur photographer, I have put a few of my images online for sale. You can find those here: 🤍 Photography Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Flickr: 🤍 MeWe Photography Page: 🤍 500px: 🤍 Please be sure and subscribe to my channel. Many thanks!
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While camping out in nearby DeSoto State Park we went on some trail riding with some friends into the Little River Canyon National Preserve.
#alabamatriplecrown #backpacking #alabama In this video, we visit Oak Mountain in Birmingham Alabama to complete a 16 mile loop for day 2 of the Alabama Triple Crown. There are some incredible trails within this park along with an awesome waterfall called Peavine Falls! For more information on hiking Oak Mountain, please visit the link below: 🤍 For more information on The Pinhoti Outdoor Center, please visit their Facebook page: 🤍 #alabamatriplecrown ALABAMA TRIPLE CROWN (ATC) HIKERS As The Crow Flies Hiking 🤍ASTHECROWFLIESHIKING Miyagi On The Trail 🤍MiyagiontheTrail Metro On The Move 🤍MetroOnTheMove Jason Outdoors 🤍JasonOutdoors Side Trail Adventures 🤍SideTrailAdventures JBENHIKES 🤍JBENHIKES Leonidas On The Trail 🤍 Gone Feral With Squidly 🤍 Mark Goes Hiking 🤍TrailandBackAgain Jo2 🤍 Stretch #hiking #backpacking #ultralight
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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama Avid hiker and author Thomas Spencer penned a new book highlighting the best hikes in central Alabama. Entitled "Five-Star Trails" the book lists great hikes within a 75 miles radius of Birmingham and features maps
In this video I'm hiking at Alabama's "Oak Mountain State Park" in Pelham. Which is just 20 miles south of Birmingham. In this vlog I'll be hiking to the Eagles Nest Overlook & the King's Chair Overlook.
We started our little journey to the Walls of Jericho just after 2pm and wanted to make it out by dark. It turned into a challenge for sure and we had to push ourselves. WE WERE GASSED but it was fun and a great challenge. Enjoy!!
Watch my most recent video about AT OVERCROWDING - 🤍 There are nearly 260 shelters on the Appalachian Trail. A simple building that protects it’s inhabitants from the elements. In this video I give my reasons why I won’t be staying in shelters anymore. But as I mention I believe every situation should be considered based on the the condition of the shelter and tenting spots around. Make sure to watch to the end! #AppalachianTrail #Thruhike #Shelter - The following links are affiliates link to Amazon. 10% of every purchase made through these link will go back to me. If you are thinking of buying these products consider helping me out by buying it through my Amazon Affiliate link. THANK YOU FILM EQUIPMENT - Sony A7iii 🤍 Tripod - Joby Gorilla Pod 🤍 External Mic - MOVO 🤍 Candy Mama here! yes this used to be a couples account with my husband named "THE DOWER DUO". We have since rebranded it to feature my individual adventures. a little about me~ wife first, adventurer second! I have thru hiked the Appalachian Trail and Mountains-To-Sea Trail. I am the fastest person to ever hike the Mountains-To-Sea Trail spanning the length of North Carolina. 1175 miles in 29 days! I enjoy creating wanderlust content and trail running! I hope you enjoy! If you'd like to support me and the work I do here on "Tara Treks" ... Venmo: 🤍Taradower Paypal: 🤍taradower Please share, like, comment, SUBSCRIBE, turn on those BELL notifications! These are all valuable ways to support creators like me at no cost for you! Thank you. If you'd like to follow me on Instagram or Facebook 🤍 🤍 AS ALWAYS thanks for the support. (This video is about: Tara dower, thru hiking, thru hike, Appalachian trail, how to backpack, backpacking, tips for backpacking, thru hike 2022, Appalachian trail 2022, hiker, shelter, trail life, hiker trash, into the wild, on the trail, hiking boots, trail runners, 2022 pacific crest trail, Appalachian trail shelter, hiking the Appalachian trail, restock, Tara treks, dower duo, the dower duo, women thru hiker, thru hiker women, hiking women)
#Hiking in northeast #Alabama we discovered the #piscahgorgefalls park - It was short and quick, just under 2 hours total (although) we never made it to the bottom. In today's #vlog I share everything you need to know before you hike #thefalls - Absolutely a beautiful and unforgettable day hike you will want to take notes during this video! Better yet, save it! From parking to equipment, to finding the right trail to be on, I share everything we discovered and explore. Unbelievable views along the ridge and I expect incredible come spring time. ⏱TIMELINE⏱ 1:00 Meeting some furry friends 1:39 Chasing Waterfalls 1:58 The Overlook 2:24 What trail are we on? 🤔 3:00 Top of the Falls 💦 5:41 Back on the trails 6:31 Gorge Overlook Views 7:06 Caution! 7:41 More Gorge Views! 8:27 Return to the trails ✏️ Check out my BLOG for inspiration! 🤍 I love to connect people with the world through unique adventures. For more interesting travel tips and hacks support this CHANNEL!! ✅ Patreon support 🤍 🔔 SUBSCRIBE here - 🤍 ✅ Podcasts - 🤍 ✅ Spotify - 🤍 I hope my videos and podcasts inspire people to explore and embrace the experience of traveling the world by connecting through humanity, love of nature, and compassion. It's always an adventure when you ©Travel with Wendy! Thanks to JayJen for another great track! –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Track: Secret To Happiness — JayJen [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: 🤍 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
This is a 2-night/3-day backpacking trip in the Talladega National Forest and Cheaha Wilderness that combines a section of the long distance Pinhoti Trail with the local Chinnabee Silent Trail and the Skyway Trail to make a loop that starts and ends at the Adam's Gap Trailhead near Talladega, Alabama (east of Birmingham). This hike features beautiful views, water falls, and back country camping. Jacob and I decided on short notice to do this classic central-Alabama loop trail. The weather was good, if a bit warm mid-day (mid-to-upper 80's °F; about 30 °C) but the nights were cool. This is about a 20 mile (32 km) loop that ends up totaling about 3000 ft (920 m) of altitude gain. We set out at about noon from Adam's Gap up the Pinhoti trail (counterclockwise on the loop), climbed the Stairway to Heaven (the steepest section of the entire hike), and stayed at a campsite with a fantastic view (mile 79.3 on the Pinhoti; 33.4196,-85.8336). The next morning, we hiked the Chinnabee Silent trail down the mountain to first Cheaha Falls and then the Devil's Den cascades. After cooling off in the water, we continued on up Skyway trail to our second night's campsite along the Hubbard Creek. Finally, on the 3rd morning, we hiked back up and out to Adam's Gap. Note that the Pin-Chin-Sky Loop trail is also known as the Skyway Loop trail. Pin-Chin-Sky Trail info: 🤍 More Trail Info: 🤍 Talladega National Forest info: 🤍 Map animation provided by Relive: 🤍 Title card music by Lobo-Loco: 🤍 #backpacking #hike #waterfall #pinhoti Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:42 Map 02:03 Start Day 1 06:10 Mountain Top Views 09:12 Start Day 2 12:41 Cheaha Falls 14:00 Devil's Den Cascade 15:30 Hubbard Creek Campsite 17:10 Start Day 3
Are you ready for an adventure in Northern Alabama? Join us as we explore four of our favorite hikes in Northern Alabama. Each offers a unique experience, from stunning views to hidden caves. So grab your hiking boots, and let's get started! First up, we have the Sumatanga Mountain Trail. This trail is a must-see for anyone visiting the area. It offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The path is well-marked and moderately hard due to elevation. Be sure to bring your camera, as you will want to record the stunning views of the chapel at the top. Next, we'll head to Stephens Gap Cave Trail in Jackson County. This hike requires a permit, but the process is simple and definitely worth it. The cave is a hidden gem; once you arrive, you'll be amazed by the natural beauty. The cave is home to a waterfall, and the hike there is a challenging but rewarding experience. This hike is best for experienced hikers, as it can be physically demanding. This trail requires a headlamp and a helmet, so be prepared before you go. The third trail on our list is the Pulpit Rock Trail at Mt Cheaha State Park. This hike is a short but exhilarating experience. The trail leads to a stunning rock overhang that offers incredible views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The hike is relatively easy, making it an excellent choice for families with children. Lastly, we'll explore the Stone Cuts Trail at Monte Sano State Park. This hike is a hidden gem that offers stunning views of the surrounding area. The trail is well-maintained and easy to navigate, making it an excellent choice for hikers of all skill levels. The trail leads to a beautiful rock formation that allows for exploring to no end. Your children will love this place as your imagination can run wild. In conclusion, Northern Alabama offers some of the most stunning hikes. Whether you're an experienced hiker or a beginner, there's a trail for everyone. So grab your hiking boots and explore the natural beauty of Northern Alabama!