When you’re researching a new trail, there’s so much information to digest—length, vertical gain, type of trail, level of difficulty.
Being lucky enough to live within a few miles of Bankhead National Forest, I've spent a good amount of time exploring the woods out there.
As we enter the hot months of the year in Alabama, it’s important to keep logging your #100ALMILES while also taking precautions.
If you ask mountain bikers where to ride in Alabama, most often you hear recommendations to go to Monte Santo State Park in Huntsville or to Oak Mountain State Park in Birmingham.
Well, it’s fair to say that 2020 didn’t exactly go as planned for everyone. The world was turned upside down in every conceivable aspect.
One of the greatest benefits to living in the state of Alabama is the access to so many great lakes and rivers.
One of the benefits of living in the South, and in Alabama in particular, is that we have the ability to get outdoors year-round for most activities.
If you’re like me, the recent events in the world have made you long for the days when getting outside in a new destination seemed less daunting.
Getting outdoors and being active has been key to physical and mental health during the recent pandemic. More and more, people are getting outside on the roads and trails for the first time. It’s important to remember that there is proper etiquette for using and sharing the roads, sidewalks, pathways, and trails throughout our state. Here are a few ways to show courtesy to your fellow #100ALMILES participants.