Taylor Hollow / Larkspur Conservancy (Wildflowers)
April 13, 2021 All day
Easy to moderate for length. 2-1/2 or 5-1/5 miles.
Privately owned by The Nature Conservancy and managed by the state of Tennessee, Taylor Hollow in Sumner County boasts a spectacular abundance of spring ephemeral wildflowers including the beautiful Blue-Eyed Mary, listed as endangered in Tennessee. This state natural area is closed to regular public visitation, but we’ve been given permission to conduct this hike. We’ll take our time and enjoy the amazing sights around us. Hikers who want to get in a few more miles will head across the road for roughly 3 more strenuous miles at Larkspur Conservancy.
Bring water and snacks; you’re definitely encouraged to bring your camera. Group size is limited; register with Mark for meetup location, details, and updates.
Alternate date for inclement weather: Thursday, April 22.