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Enjoy hiking, biking, picnicking, and horseback riding on 40+ miles of trails offered by Alabama’s first land trust: the Land Trust of North Alabama. Three Nature Preserves - each larger than Central Park and all within Huntsville city limits – are...more
The Land Trust is doing a fantastic job of preserving land in the North Alabama area for hiking. They are doing a great job of adding trails through out the city of Huntsville. It will help make the city a very desirable place to live...More
Hiked this trail with a four year old. Very easy except it was a little rocky near the waterfall & cave. It took about 1 1/2 hrs. to do the Alum Hollow Trail, West Plateau & East Plateau trails. The trail is just a short...More
The Land Trust has a stellar list of properties under management. This review is of the Blevins Gap/Cecil Ashburn location. It is amazing to see these gorgeous, wild, open spaces in the middle of the city. They are stunning. However, the trails in some areas...More
We have a gem here in the Huntsville area (I'm a local), and that is the Land Trust of North Alabama. Their continued efforts to preserve this area's pristine and sublime landscapes for our enjoyment and contemplation provides value to which you cannot attach a...More
A Land Trust Staff person once called the land preserves on the west face of the small mountains that lie along the city to the east an "Emerald Necklace". Driving into town from the west, as you do coming from the airport or Redstone/NASA, these...More
We lived on the edge of the land trust and would hike 4-7 times a week. It is really an awesome place to hike. We really loved going early in the morning, when it was just light enough to see. Lots of rocks that aren't...More
There are several Land Trust areas in Huntsville. The Land Trust either buys or receives parcels of land as donations to be maintained as natural areas.
There is one on Green Mountain just past the Madison County Nature Trail (maybe a mile or less) that...More
The Land Trust has a website (it won't let me link here). Do a search for The Land Trust of North Alabama and click on the explore icon for the locations.
You can also look up individual trails on All Trails.