Guided Interpretive Hikes in Talladega National Forest
Wild Alabama Guided Hikes in the Talladega National Forest
Wild Alabama staff and volunteers lead hikes in the Bankhead National Forest and Talladega National Forest year round. Driven by our mission to inspire people to enjoy, value and protect the wild places in Alabama, our hikes introduce people of all ages to their National Forests and Wilderness Areas.
The essence of our guided hikes is to infuse our beings with the spirit of the living forest, to create a deeper connection that will propel us toward realization of the infinite value of wild places. Accordingly, our hikes are not power hikes but rather an opportunity for taking the time to experience and explore the elements of the forest, from the miniscule to the majestic.
We limit the group size of our hikes and rigorously monitor sign-ups, communicating with each person individually. The minimum number on a hike is two not including the guide. If registered hikers fail to show up for a hike without cancelling in advance, bringing the group size down to one or two, the Wild Alabama guide reserves the right to cancel the hike for safety reasons, even at the trailhead the morning of the hike. Please plan to join us!
See the calendar of events on our homepage for hikes and forest bathing in the Talladega National Forest, and continue scrolling here for important information to review before joining a Wild Alabama hike. Contact Jonathan Kelly (firstname.lastname@example.org) to get on our email list... or sign up yourself on our homepage!