It’s been an amazing year for the 100 Alabama Miles Challenge, and we thought we’d do a little recap for your enjoyment.
Check out the latest blog post from one of our awesome ambassadors, Robbie Gibbons!
Alabama is fortunate to have a vast, impressive trail network throughout the state. Trails wind through countless wooded areas, within close distance to white sandy beaches, and up to the highest mountains. However, historically there haven’t been many trail options available surrounding the state’s lakes. That recently changed with the addition of The Preserves, an initiative by Alabama Power to create multiple outdoor recreational areas around many of our beautiful lakes.
Running in Alabama can be quite fun with all the miles of asphalt and trail available. It’s even more enjoyable when others join in. Here are four of our top running groups around the state that you can join for great runs and fantastic comradery.
Living life on purpose; it’s what makes me smile. I have been an advocate of health, and health inequities for over thirty years taking my energy and advocacy to every state and country
The Richard Martin Trail, located in the charming town of Elkmont, Alabama is a 10-mile rail-trail that offers history, beautiful scenery, and all-around fun for those who like to hike, bike, and horseback ride. It was also the very first rail-trail developed in Alabama!
This month we have a guest blogger, Bob Lujano, one of our awesome Ambassadors. Bob highlights the process he took to achieve his 100 miles this year.
In Alabama, we are fortunate to have some of the best waterways and lakes for paddling in the entire country. There are over 5,300 miles of mapped, paddleable water in the state -- the most of any state!