“A fun hike from the bottom to the top of Blevins Gap Preserve.”
— Timothy Walters
Views · Wildlife
Trails are officially open dawn to dusk.
This is a hill training route designed to max out the elevation gain on this trail system. It is used by a local known for rocking jorts. Maybe you'll see him up here!
Need to Know
There is limited parallel parking on the street at this trailhead. The north side of the street has no driveways, and there are three driveways on the south side that should never be blocked by trail users (without homeowner permission).
The northern trailhead (on Cecil Ashburn Dr) has plenty of dedicated parking.
If you continue on to West Bluff Trail
from Bill and Marion Certain Trail
there are some spectacular views of Huntsville and the Tennessee River.
Flora & Fauna
Watch for wildlife! Box Turtles, armadillos, king snakes, and timber rattlesnakes are all pretty common, especially when it is warmer.
Be aware of poison Ivy and check for ticks when you get off the trail.