Lost Sink Falls

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Lost Sink Falls hiking near Huntsville

Lost Sink Falls doesn’t feature a lot of water most days of the year, but this unique geological feature is still worth the trip! Just a short drive east of Huntsville, you can find the Keel Mountain Preserve, home of Lost Sink Falls.  The falls themselves may just be a trickle depending on when you go, but the sink itself … Read More

Waterfalls in North Alabama

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North Alabama boasts stunning waterfalls, primarily fed from the flowing waters of the Tennessee River Valley. Hike, have a picnic with your loved ones, swim, and take a sip of your favorite refreshments as you relax with the scenic views surrounded with lush vegetation and wildlife. If you want to experience the beauty of nature, then you should visit these … Read More

Best Places to Hike in Alabama

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Looking for best places to hike in Alabama and enjoy what nature has to offer? Breathe some fresh air and hike or bike with your loved ones around the beautiful places worth visiting in the state. Get a chance to embrace nature and see stunning waterfalls and abundant wildlife. In this post, let’s check out what are the best trails … Read More

10 of the Best Waterfalls in Alabama for a Day Trip

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Planning an escape with your family and friends while the weather is nice? If you’re looking for a place with beautiful scenery where you can enjoy natural beauty, why not visit a waterfall? Whether you’re planning to relax from the hustle-and-bustle of city life or just want to have fun with your loved ones, these beautiful waterfalls are waiting to … Read More

Turkey Foot Falls

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If you’re looking for an easy hike and attraction near the Sipsey River Picnic Grounds and recreational park located in Bankhead National Forest, then Turkey Foot Falls is your best destination. You can reach this beautiful falls with just a 30-minute hike from the parking area. You can park across the bridge and head towards the trail just below the … Read More

Lodge Falls

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Lodge falls is one of the beauties you can find behind DeSoto’s lodge at DeSoto State Park, a recreational park situated in Lookout Mountain northeast of Fort Payne. The park has a total land area of 3,502 acres which mainly comprises of waterfalls, rivers, mountain terrain and forests. Lodge Falls found in DeSoto State Park is approximately 25 feet tall … Read More

Lost Falls in DeSoto State Park

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Lost Falls is situated in DeSoto State Park, home of many great views and several waterfalls. Trails are each marked with a color so you won’t get lost on your way. Lost Falls is situated in DeSoto State Park, home of many great views and several waterfalls. Trails are each marked with a color so you won’t get lost on … Read More

Laurel Falls

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Laurel Falls is just a short walk beyond Azalea Cascades in DeSoto State Park. Getting to the Laurel Falls is a great adventure to unwind. You need to take first a boardwalk all the way to the Azalea Cascades. Once you have reached there, you should be able to start your way leading to the Laurel Falls. To avoid getting … Read More

Devil’s Den Falls

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 The trail has many steep inclines and you’ll be greeted with many rocky paths on the way. There is a bridge that you have to cross before finally descending towards Devil Den’s Falls. If you’re planning to visit there, do the rock garden trail for an amazing view. You can then take a plunge at Cheaha Lake before continuing on … Read More

Parker Falls

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Parker Falls is off of Kinlock Road on the west side of Bankhead National Forest, and its beauty is almost matched by its surroundings. Parker Falls is a small cascade in the west side of Bankhead National Forest. While the trail isn’t improved or marked, it gets enough traffic to be pretty easy to follow. The trailhead starts on Kinlock … Read More