Check out these 5 amazing Alabama hikes in March

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One of the best hikes in Alabama is at Monte Sano Nature Preserve. (Lacey Spear/Hville Blast)

When March comes around — and it’s just in a matter of weeks — folks in Alabama like to get outdoors, and what better way to experience the best that Alabama has to offer by taking a few hikes through some of the state’s most scenic spots.

While this is by no means a complete list of all of the great hikes Alabama has to offer, here are some scheduled hikes you may enjoy in March:

March 2 – Bingo Hike at Cheaha State Park

Cheaha State Park
The highest point in Alabama is at Mt. Cheaha State Park. (Jacob Blankenship / The Bama Buzz)

Bring your observation skills on this hike and play to win prizes by playing nature bingo at Cheaha State Park, one of the state’s best views.

March 8 – Sunset hikes Joe Wheeler State Park

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Hiking is a joy at Wheeler National Wildlife Reserve. (Matthew Kroschel/The Bama Buzz)

Join Park naturalist Jennings Earnest for a chat and hike to find the perfect sunset. Watch as the sun melts into the Tennessee River.

March 9 – Hickory Cove Nature Preserve

Take one of the Land Trust of North Alabama’s guided hikes. (Land Trust of North Alabama)

Take this guided hike along the Land Trust of North Alabama’s newest preserve, Hickory Cove Nature Preserve. This hike will show you some of the beauty this hillside has to offer.

March 16 – Desoto State Park

Desoto State Park is a fabulous place to hike. (Michael Seale/The Bama Buzz)

One of the most picturesque spots in the entire state is Desoto State Park in DeKalb County. Desoto Falls, the rich Native American history of the area and some incredible scenery make this one of the best hikes in Alabama.

March 23 – Monte Sano Nature Preserve

The Land Trust of North Alabama offers guided hikes though Monte Sano. (Lacey Spear/Hville Blast)

The Land Trust of North Alabama is hosting a guided hike through Monte Sano Nature Preserve, with special attention paid to the wildflowers found in this area of the preserve during March.

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Michael Seale
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