Road Tripping Along Alabama’s Black Belt

The back roads of Alabama’s Black Belt region are some of the greenest, friendliest and most interesting in the South.

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The back roads of Alabama’s Black Belt region are some of the greenest, friendliest and most interesting in the South. Stretching from Tuscaloosa over to Auburn, the region includes nine themed trails that highlight everything from BBQ, civil rights and metal art in Selma to Conecuh sausage, pepper jelly, pottery and pecans.

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