April 23 2013 Pinhoti:
Pinhoti Trail mtce. ATCA sect. 04/23/13, Tue. FS531s. north for 2.7 miles.,
I cleared all the deadfall from FS531 south heading north past Lower Shoal Shelter, crossing FS 501L, then ...more
March 22 2013 Pinhoti:
Pinhoti Trail Mtce., ATCA sect. Pine Glen CG south to US 78 Fri., 03/22/13 I met Blister Bob Burger at the Trailhead near the railroad then we drove up to Pine Glen. He started walking south from there and I drove his car back to FS531s. and started walking south ...more
March 14 2013 Pinhoti:
Pinhoti Trail ATCA sect. Dugger Wilderness, Thu., Sun., March 14,17, 2013.
I continued north from where I’d stopped on February 10, clearing the brush ...more
March 08 2013 Coosa:
Yesterday, our final day of a very short Spring Trail Work Week, John Calhoun and I found a piece of the Coosa Trail with a steep slope. We extended...more
March 07 2013 Pinhoti:
Heading north from Adams Gap, the Pinhoti appeared to be in relatively
good shape. There was relatively no trash in this section (we found a couple of pieces of paper and some old rebar embedded in the trail). ...more
March 07 2013 Coosa:
I met Rick Guhse’ at the Coosa WMA game check station across the street from the Mt Moriah Baptist Church about 915am...more
March 02 2013 Pinhoti:
I met several of the new AHTS Birmingham Metro group at the Bass Pro (Rex Lake Rd & US 78) parking lot at 8am. ...more
Feb 10 2013 Pinhoti:
I continued trimming northward and maybe cleared another 3/4 of a mile towards ...more
Jan 12 2013 AHTS Conference/Board Meeting:
The AHTS Board of Directors and volunteers for the upcoming 2013 Conference will meet this Saturday at noon at the 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center to finalize conference details.
If you have or would like to volunteer to help make this the biggest conference ever, please make plans to attend the meeting or email Joe Cuhaj at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 251-533-1812.
Dec 2012 Perdido River:
The north part of the Alabama Trail along the Perdido River was walked and GPS'd by Marion Campbell and Tommy Smith in October. This section begins (or ends) at Barrineau Park (a sub-division in Florida and a road that bears its name that crosses from Alabama into Florida) to the north end of the state's new canoe trail. The map and waypoints have been sent to Forever Wild for approval. The official length of the section of the Alabama Trail between the Forever Wild canoe put-in and take outs (our north and south trailheads) is 13-miles
Nov 16 2012
second year of Alaruck with AHTS at Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson...continue reading
Nov 8 2012 Cheaha Fire
Nov 8 2012
A happy but tired crew of Trail workers after a day of sidehill work in which we built about a quarter mile of new footbed. Click here
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See a video of these guys in action at the Coosa Trail in the Coosa WMA. Sidehill work is the hardest trail work we do. It is quite rewarding as...continue reading
Oct 14 2012
The Gulf Coast Chapter
of the Alabama Hiking Trail Society is proud to announce that construction of the Alabama Trail along the Perdido River that borders Florida and Alabama is underway! Click here
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