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Alabama Water Trails

Here is you chance to enjoy the beauty and the serenity of being on a water trail in Alabama. So grab your kayak, canoe or paddle boat and begin your adventure.

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Alabama Water Trails

Alabama is famous for both its flatwater and whitewater rivers. Two tributaries of the Warrior River  the Locust and Mulberry Fork  are both about 20 miles long and make for an excellent whitewater weekend.

Cahaba River This is a long flatwater river with amazing species diversity, including the unique Cahaba lily. It takes the paddler from metropolitan Birmingham to some of the most isolated country around.


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WATER TRAILS of Alabama