Join Wild South staff for a short, fairly easy nature hike in the Bankhead National Forest
Saturday, August 4
at the Wild South office at 552 Lawrence Street, Moulton, Alabama
Sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org or 256-974-6166.
This hike is full but contact us to get on the waiting list.
Destination: Sipsey Recreation Area Trail and Sipsey Fork
Leader: Janice Barrett
Distance: Approx. 1.5 miles roundtrip, or less
Level of Challenge: About as easy as it gets in the Bankhead
All ages are welcome!
Focus will be on observation and exploring the natural wonders of the area we are in, being in or near the water, enjoyment of the sandstone canyon topography of our Bankhead National Forest. This will be a good opportunity for sketching, journaling, or simply sitting and breathing in the beauty.
Meeting at the trailhead or somewhere along the way instead of meeting at the Wild South office is an option for the convenience of those coming from south of Moulton.
Bring a daypack with lunch, snacks and drinking water. You may also consider bringing a camera, sketch pad, book, journal, pen, etc.
There is a $3 per car day-use fee at the kiosk in the parking lot.
Dogs are not allowed on this hike. Thank you for being considerate of others and not smoking during our hikes.
Wild South hikes are free of charge but your donation to support Wild South’s Alabama Outreach and Education Program will be gratefully received. ~Thank you!