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Kayak Launch Sites

Walls of Jericho

The Walls of Jericho is a 750 acre wildlife area that is surrounded by Bear Hollow Mountain Wildlife Management Area (an additional 8,943 acres). The souther boundary of the wildlife area follows the Alabama and Tennessee boarder. This is were… Continue Reading →

DeSoto State park

DeSoto State Park is located on Lookout Mountian in Alabama. The park has over 25 miles of hiking trails which includes 11 miles of mountain biking trails; however, sources range from 10 miles of trails to 25 miles of trail…. Continue Reading →

Conecuh National Forest

Conecuh National Forest has 20 miles of hiking trails. The trails were build by the Youth Conservation Corps and each year, beginning in 1976, the youth extend the trails through the park. The southern loop of the Conecuh Trail leads… Continue Reading →

Choctawhatchee River

The Choctawhatchee River is Florida’s fourth longest river. The river begins in Alabama and continues through the Choctawhatchee River basin and into the Gulf of Mexico, approximately 170 miles. There are 13 springs on this river. The first is Blue… Continue Reading →

Flint River Kayaking

What to Expect Flint River is located on the east side of Huntsville, Alabama. The river has an easy and safe flow suitable for all skill levels. There are several shuttles for paddlers with their own kayaks as well as… Continue Reading →

My Pinhoti Trail Debacle

I’ve always heard that if your gonna be stupid, you gotta be tough. Well, this trip proved this statement to be VERY true!! I’ve been planning a Pinhoti Trail trip for about a week… you can see my plans here…. Continue Reading →

Pinhoti Trail over Mardi Gras Break

Mardi Gras has been a tradition in Mobile, AL for over 300 years. It is a celebration marking the beginning of Lent, the day before Ash Wednesday. In 1704, Mobile held their first masked ball – 15 years before New… Continue Reading →

Flagg Mountain

Flagg Mountain is one of the southernmost mountains along the eastern seaboard, to be exact its 1,152ft. There is a four mile loop trail with yellow blazes on the mountain, and a connector trail to a spring for water. There… Continue Reading →

Chief Ladiga to Silver Comet Trail

The 34-mile long Chief Ladiga Trail is Alabama’s premier rail-trail. It is located in Cleburne and Calhoun counties, in east-central Alabama. The smooth asphalt surface travels through the Tallegeda National Forest, and connects to Georgia’s Silver Comet Trail to the… Continue Reading →

Kelty Red Cloud 5600 Backpack

Several years ago, we found out that my husband has a hereditary degenerative back disease along with his degenerative discs. It is very painful and the doctor told him no more lifting anything… This included no backpacking. We were both… Continue Reading →

Paracord Monkey Fist

I started working with paracord this week. You can see my first projects here. Today, I’m going to make a Monkey Fist. I’m not scared when I go out hiking on my own but there’s no reason I shouldn’t carry… Continue Reading →

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