Explore the most popular wild flowers trails near Hoover with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Lots of fun. The boulders were incredible and the falls and creeks were an added bonus. We hiked all together 3.4 miles. I will bring grandbabies to this one!

A fun place to take your kids and dogs. Little Rock climbing and hiking with small water fall. Very nice place.

We had some issues finding the orange trail and the signs are absolutely not helpful. The first half of the loop was aight, but the boulders were spectacular, and after we crossed the Natural Bridge we began to really enjoy the hike. The top of the world was a lot of fun to climb around and explore, and the hike back was lovely.

If you take the orange trail all the way up to the 'top of the world,' you will have had a pretty good workout... the flat part of the trail up to the falls is great for dogs and kids However, the pleasant stroll turns into a hike at this point.

trail is overgrown in some places, definitely giving off the truth that it's one of the lighter used trails in Moss Preserve. Probably the steepest and most winding trails I've experienced there. The trail itself is fun to hike just based on the fact that it's a trail to hike but its name "high cliffs trail" (aka red trail) is misleading, and disappointing when you hike it expecting some sort of high cliff/waterfall/etc, only to discover it's named after the adjacent subdivision promptly named High Cliffs, and the once existing trail that led to the subdivision which looked to have had a decent view from atop, has been covered in by recent construction and Landscaping in the area, leaving much to be desired. But other than the fact it lacks any significant formations or features and has a misleading name, the trail itself was a good hike and is away from the main set of trails, allowing for some private and quite hike time!

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10 months ago