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Land Trust of North Alabama

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2707 Artie St SW Ste 6, Huntsville, AL 35805-4769
+1 256-534-5263
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Huntsville's Other Space Program

A Land Trust Staff person once called the land preserves on the west face of the small mountains... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
FlyLow
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Huntsville, Alabama
Great Hiking/Biking Trails

The trails put together by the Land Trust of North Alabama are amazing. I bike and hike on them... read more

Reviewed 28 February 2018
PaulZ00
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Gurley, Alabama
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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 open dawn to dusk. Focusing on land preservation and conservation, fresh water resource protection, environmental education, and guided hike series outreach. Don’t miss the Moon Dance and Concerts at Three Caves!
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“great hiking” (3 reviews)
“monte sano” (6 reviews)
“alms house” (2 reviews)
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2707 Artie St SW Ste 6, Huntsville, AL 35805-4769
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+1 256-534-5263
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Reviewed 4 days ago

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

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Reviewed February 28, 2018

The trails put together by the Land Trust of North Alabama are amazing. I bike and hike on them frequently with friends and family. I have never had a complaint about them.

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Reviewed July 8, 2017

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

2  Thank TriMeat
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Reviewed May 25, 2017

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

2  Thank Eddie P
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Reviewed May 22, 2017

The land Trust is beautiful. The trails are well maintained. The trails run along a creek that adds so much to the walk. You often can hear owls at dusk, see deer feeding on the trail, and discover the history of Huntsville on the mountain....More

Thank Wendy M
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Reviewed March 10, 2017

I went with my hb & dog. Some trials are even enough so I could wear just sneakers. The address listed above is not the address where I parked my car: I parked at a pull off on the right side of road before Monte...More

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Reviewed February 20, 2017

We did the Fagan Trail.......its rocky going down at the beginning. We hiked to the springs and took other trails back to the top. Was fun little hike.

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Reviewed February 20, 2017

We hiked the Alms House and Fagan Springs trails, well maintained and very well marked. Many trails intersect and the signposts are spot on! Lots of rock formations

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Reviewed August 21, 2016

We hike on a lot of the Land Trust trails and continue to be impressed by the variety of scenery. Some of our favorites include Fagin Springs, Old Railroad Bed, Young Kennedy (South of water line), Bill & Marion Certain, Rainbow Mountain/JaMooko Loop and Wade...More

1  Thank GWolf109
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Reviewed June 21, 2016

We walked from the parking area along the Alms House trail to the 3 caves. It was nice to be in the shade for most of the walk but it was still hot. Bring water and good shoes. The 3 caves were closed with a...More

Thank Lorrie K
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GiselaJ19
August 11, 2017|
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Response from Debra C | Reviewed this property |
this place is soo very big, I'm sure no ranger wood mind. BTW, my hb found on old dump in the woods at the Land Trust & found a beer can to add to his collection.
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Kimberlyhenderso
March 30, 2017|
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Response from Debra C | Reviewed this property |
no cost. However it costs $5 to go to Monte Sano State Park.
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LaDonna M
June 21, 2015|
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Response from clemson_grad79 | Reviewed this property |
The Land trust has a website that might provide information on horse trails. I have never seen any on the land trust trails though. There is a trail that does allow horses that starts just north of Athens and goes to almost... More
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