Nashville July 07, 2017
If There Are Only 5 Hikes You Ever Do Near Nashville, Make Them These
Hiking in Middle Tennessee is one of the most enjoyable ways for you to enjoy the beautiful outdoors. Nashville is located in one of the most lush and stunning areas in the nation, and it’s something we don’t take lightly. Of all the hikes in the area, though? These are the best of the best. The best hikes in Nashville, the most amazing hikes in Nashville, a hike you will never forget (in Nashville). Let’s go!
1. Beaman Park - Ridgetop Trail
The Ridgetop Trail at Beaman park is a 4.2 mile out-and-back trail that traverses the forested hilltops of Beaman Park. The trail is a beautiful place to see some true Tennessee beauty, including lots of wildflowers and hickory forests.
2. Edwin Warner Park - Harpeth Woods Trail
Located in the beautiful and expansive Warner Parks, the Harpeth Woods Trail is a 2.4 mile loop that is moderately difficult. This trail is also great for dogs, so don’t forget to bring your canine friends!
3. Harpeth River State Park - Hidden Lake Trail
The Hidden Lake Trail at Harpeth River State Park is one of the most surprisingly beautiful trails in the whole state. The loop takes you almost 2 miles through a field and around a lake that is surrounded by high bluffs. There's even a bench at the top of the bluff that offers spectacular views of the lake below.
4. Long Hunter State Park - Volunteer Trail
11.4 mile loop around Long Hunter State Park offers great views of Percy Priest Lake and the surrounding woods. This trail is great for a long run for anyone looking for some beautiful scenery on their run.
5. Percy Warner Park - Mossy Ridge Trail
The Mossy Ridge Trail runs 4.9 miles thorugh Percy Warner Park, and is one of the most popular trails to hike in the city. The pathway snakes through the lush Middle Tennessee forest, providing a stunning look at southern foliage as the seasons change. With an elevation gain of almost 1,000 feet, you’re going to sweat it out and feel good doing it.
How many have you done? Continue the fun with a visit to
The Underrated Lake Near Nashville That’s Perfect For A Summer Day.