Along Alum Hollow Trail

Trails up at the Green Mountain Nature Trail (and most likely everywhere) have seen a marked increase in use in 2020 as people who could get out did. They got out and hit the trails. You can see the increased usage in the increased width of the trails. These photos are of Alum Hollow Trail, the main trail in the Green Mountain Nature Preserve and it is about 50% wider than it was a year ago.

Alum Hollow Trail, Green Mountain Nature Preserve

About Phill Gibson

I'm from Huntsville, Alabama where I work as a Software Engineer and part-time banjo instructor. My wife Miiko and I worship at Rivertree Downtown. I've been playing various instruments since my teen years. I started mandolin and dulcimer at about age 17 and banjo at 20. I love just about all kinds of music. In terms of banjo styles, I play and teach Scruggs, melodic, clawhammer, and 2-finger styles. I'm also very keen on theology, being a Trail Care Partner with the Land Trust of North Alabama, photography, urban planning, architecture, astronomy, ATM (amateur telescope making), birding, martial arts, and about 30 other distracting hobbies to a (mercifully) lesser extent.
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