AN EASY STROLL
We’ve placed the following trails in the easy category due to their stroller and handicap accessibility.
- Russell Cave .3M boardwalk
- High Falls Park .5M paved path down to the walking bridge (some steep incline/decline)
- Bridgeport Walking Bridge .3M close to downtown and spans the length of the Tennessee River
- Weathington Park Overlook, Section .2M paved loop
- Veterans Memorial Park, Scottsboro .5M paved loop
- Jackson County Park, Scottsboro 1M paved loop
- Goose Pond Colony, Scottsboro 2M paved out and back
- King Caldwell Park, Scottsboro
- Scottsboro Municipal Park 1.4M waterfront views
- Stevenson City Park, 1M waterfront views
- Sauta Bat Cave, 1M partially paved with boardwalk access
We’ve placed the following in the moderate category because they are on uneven terrain and sure to spike your heart rate.
- Roy B. Whitaker Preserve, Paint Rock 2.5M
- Stephen’s Gap Trail 1.5M – Permit access REQUIRED from the Southeastern Cave Conservancy to access
- Pisgah Gorge Falls at Civitan Park 1M
- Murphy-Hill Loop, Langston 4.5M
- Lost sink Trail at Keel Mountain Preserve 2.8M
- Cathedral Caverns Trails 3+M
- Point Rock Trail at Buck’s Pocket State Park 2.5M
- Cutchenmine Trail at Guntersville State Park 5M
- Russell Cave Paved Path 1.2M – very steep!
We’ve placed the following hikes in the hard category because they require preparation for those who are comfortable spending a full day on the trail.
- Walls of Jericho, Hytop 7+M
- Bear Den Trail, across from Walls of Jericho – 5.5M
- The Pinnacle, Scottsboro 2.5M – requires permission from Camp Jackson to enter
- Skyline Wildlife Management Area 2+M – over 60,000 acres of public land to explore out of hunting season May – October. Visitors can access a land-use permit by downloading the Outdoor Alabama App.
- Graham Farm & Nature Center –There are over 8M of well-marked trails ranging from easy to very difficult. Contact the extension office for info.