4 miles. Easy.
This Middle Tennessee cedar glades and barrens features wooded sections, meadows, and contrasting rocky areas. We can expect to see a number of wildflower species – many of which are specifically adapted to the geography – and we’ll hike at a pace that allows us to appreciate them. The loop is relatively flat with a few gentle inclines. The first segment is rocky and others may be wet or muddy so hiking shoes or boots are recommended. Bring water and snacks. Afterwards we’ll head over to Carmen’s Taqueria for lunch.
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Alternate date for inclement weather: Friday, March 31st.