Nashville September 12, 2016
7 Easy Hikes To Add To Your Outdoor Bucket List In Nashville
It’s almost fall, which means prime time for hiking in all the Tennessee autumnal glory. Plus, even though you may know Music City as, well – a city? There are some gorgeous places just outside the skyline that you’ll completely fall in love with.
1. Percy Warner
Mossy Ridge Train is located in Percy Warner Park, and it's widely traveled by Tennessee nature lovers and celebrities like Taylor Swift.
2. Radnor Lake
This darling little spot is just fifteen minutes outside of Nashville, with a couple mile loop that's positively perfect if you're just looking for a quick foray into the wilderness with a bit of a view on the side.
3. Gordon House & Ferry Trail
One mile out and back and located out by Williamsport, this is our favorite trail if you're looking to get out of town - and fast.
4. Edwin Warner
The second of the Warner Parks, Harpeth Woods Trail is three miles of stunning, and the views throughout the park will get you in touch with that sweet, peaceful bit of yourself.
5. Long Hunter State Park
With 25 miles of hiking trails and individual trials numbering anywhere from one to six miles in length, you've got your pick at Long Hunter State Park.
6. Harpeth River State Park
Hidden Lake Trail is a neat loop to take, with a (yep. you guessed it.) waterway at the edge of it and a reputation of solidarity from the locals. They're huge fans!
7. Shelby Bottoms Greenway
The 6.4 mile walking and jogging trail is a solid place to head if you're looking for something clean and clear - or a trail to take your bike.
How many have you hiked…? You may want to add these scenic trails to your outdoor bucket list in Nashville.