Trails in Alabama

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Swansea Bike Path

Swansea Bike Path

The Swansea Bike Path can be connected with the Clyne Valley Country Park Trail and/or the Swansea Valley Trail 43 for a much longer ride if you prefer. But this ride is wonderful for families or beach bums. It’s mostly flat as a pancake and cooled by refreshing sea breezes. Ride along Swansea Bay and be …

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Bayou Point Mountain Bike Trail

While Bayou Point does not offer camping, just a half mile away at the South Abutment are many primitive and RV campsites available. • Phone 1 662.562.6261 • Status of Trail- Open Year Round • Length of Trail -5.6 miles • Width of Trail – 10 feet • Difficulty Level – Easy-Moderate • Trail Surface …

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C & O Canal Towpath Trail

trail beside historic canal

They say the C & O Canal Towpath trail is 184.5 miles long. It felt a lot more like 185 miles to me!! I’m only partially joking. You see, I had already biked most of the Great Allegheny Passage Trail in Pennsylvania before I even got started on the C & O trail. And boy was I …

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Glenwood Canyon Trail

Glenwood Canyon bike path

And now for something completely different… Glenwood Canyon Trail is indeed that. Remember those stories of trolls that live under bridges? Now is your chance to be the troll, except that you’re not just limited to bridges. You’ll be toolin’ around under entire stretches of I-70, a major highway. This stretch of canyon has been …

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Chief Ladiga Trail

Combined with Georgia’s Silver Comet Trail, bike riders will enjoy over 100 miles of continuous paved trail that spans two states. This is a wonderful southern trail and excellent not only for riding bikes but also for recumbents, tandems & stand-up vehicles. I’m not sure if electric bikes are allowed, so if you know, please …

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