Michael Lambert

Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, Huntsville, Gulf Shores, Mobile, Boulder, Denver

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  1. 5 Awesome Alabama Outdoor Destinations You (Probably) Haven’t Heard Of


    From off-the-beaten-path trails to a canyon alive with bioluminescence, these fascinating Alabama outdoor destinations are worth getting to know.

  2. Plan Your Next Big Cycling Adventure in Alabama


    Alabama is filled with bike routes and historical destinations for your next big pedaling trip. Plan now for this year’s cycling adventure.

  3. Bankhead National Forest: One of the Southeast's Outdoor Gems


    Brimming with waterfalls, waterways, hiking trails, and more, the Bankhead National Forest is one of Alabama's best wilderness areas.

  4. 5 of the Best Waterfalls in Alabama


    From underground behemoths, tales of tragic love, to year-round cascades, here are five of the best waterfalls in Alabama.

  5. Alabama’s Southern Coast: An Under-the-Radar Adventure Destination


    Alabama's southern coast is a vast network of serene estuaries, waterways, and white-sand beaches full of ways to enjoy the outdoors.

  6. Alabama Bikepacking: How to Tackle Lake Lurleen State Park


    Long-distance self-supported bike trips are cranking into high gear. Here, tips on Alabama bikepacking in Lake Lurleen State Park.

  7. 5 of the Spookiest Outdoor Destinations in Alabama


    These locations have everything from ghost stories and sordid tales of mysterious deaths to natural wonders that are more awe-inspiring than scary.

  8. Waterfalls and Wilderness: Bikepacking Bankhead National Forest


    Bikepacking to Bankhead National Forest is an 80-mile, two-wheeled adventure, with wilderness and waterfalls awaiting.

  9. Subterranean Adventure at Cathedral Caverns State Park


    Otherworldly features—huge stalagmites, "frozen" waterfalls, and a Mystery River—await exploration at Cathedral Caverns State Park.

  10. The 4 Best Camping Spots to Enjoy the Fall Around Tuscaloosa


    Enjoy the fall in Tuscaloosa at these scenic camping spots with rugged trails, clear water and brilliant autumn colors.

  11. Multi-Day Adventures on the Bartram Canoe Trail

    Birmingham, Gulf Shores, Huntsville, Mobile, Tuscaloosa

    The 5 Rivers Delta in southern Alabama is paddler's paradise. Here's how to plan an overnight trip along the Bartram Canoe Trail.

  12. 5 Photo-Worthy Outdoor Spots in Alabama


    Former industrial sites, star-filled skies, and utopian waterfalls are just a few of the photo-friendly outdoor spots in Alabama.

  13. Talladega National Forest: Exploring the Hidden Wonders of This Alabama Gem


    Spanning some of Alabama's most pristine wilderness, the Talladega National Forest is full of options for adventure.

  14. 10 Best Campsites in Alabama


    When it comes to quality outdoor experiences, these ten unique sites scattered throughout the state aim to please.

  15. Why You Should Visit Tuskegee National Forest, the Country's Smallest


    From prime hiking trails to fascinating history, the 11,000-acre Tuskegee National Forest is small in size but big on outdoor activity.

  16. The 5 Best Lakes in Alabama for a Summer Dip


    Beat the heat this summer with a dip in the best lakes in Alabama, some complete with hiking, mountain biking, and camping.

  17. Chasing Waterfalls at Chewacla State Park


    Chewacla State Park is best known for its stunning waterfalls, but its mountain biking, hiking, and camping are all worth exploring, too.

  18. Hurricane Creek Park - Mountain Biking


    One of Tuscaloosa's hidden gems. Regularly maintained mountain biking trails well suited for hikers, runners, and pet owners alike.

  19. Lake Lurleen State Park - Hiking


    Premier location for hiking and more in the greater Tuscaloosa area.

  20. Lake Nicol - Hiking


    Cliffs, trails, and scenic vistas await.

  21. Munny Sokol Park - Trail Running


    Trail Running has never been so accessible and well-maintained!

  22. Tuscaloosa Riverwalk - Trail Running


    Beautiful, paved, two-lane trail suited for walkers, runners, and pets.

  23. University Boulevard - Road Running


    See and be seen while running in the heart of Tuscaloosa.

  24. The 5 Best Places to Mountain Bike this Fall in Tuscaloosa


    Fall in Tuscaloosa is the best time to get on the mountain bike and explore the scenic trails within a short drive of the city.

  25. Coldwater Mountain: The Southeast's Mountain Biking Mecca


    Coldwater Mountain in Anniston is quickly becoming a mountain bike mecca in the Southeast. Here, a few highlights of the destination.