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TTA Annual Meeting – Sunday

nashville

October 24 @ 7:00 am 1:00 pm

SUNDAY SCHEDULE
7:00 am: Breakfast
8:15 am: Hikes depart
9:00 am TTA Board Meeting
11:00 am: MBSP Lodge checkout deadline
12:00 pm: MBSP Campground checkout deadline

SUNDAY HIKES – first group 8:15 am

Natchez Trace State Park. Cub Lake Trail 4-mile loop. This is a pleasant lakefront stroll, and a good trail for viewing the fall colors. It circles Cub Creek Lake with several short hills and flatter areas. 1 Hour 21-minute travel time. Led by Pat Broadbent.

Long Hunter State Park. Volunteer Day Loop. 4 miles fully wooded with bluffs overlooking the shores of J. Percy Priest Lake. 1 hour 13-minute travel time. Led by Karl Dupre.

Downtown Nashville historical and urban hike. 7 miles. To include, state capitol, Courthouse Square, Union Station, civil war sites, honkytonk district, river views, new convention center and various architectural gems. 52-minute travel time. Led by Tom Vickstrom. (This hike will be the same hike as Tom’s Saturday downtown Nashville hike.)

Percy Warner Park. Warner Woods Trail 2.5-mile loop. This trail is in the heavily wooded interior section of the park, with some lowland sections and rolling hills and/or Harpeth Woods Trail 2.5 miles. 46-minute travel time. Led by Nancy Juodenas.

Narrows of the Harpeth at Harpeth River State Park. An easy, 1.6-mile hike for people of all ages with a beautiful overlook of the Harpeth Valley from the top of limestone bluffs. 28-minute travel time. Led by Ron & Judy Jenkins.

Downtown Nashville historical and urban hike. 7 miles. To include, state capitol, Courthouse Square, Union Station, civil war sites, honkytonk district, river views, new convention center and various architectural gems. 52-minute travel time. Led by Tom Vickstrom. (This hike will be the same hike as Tom’s Saturday downtown Nashville hike.)

Long Hunter State Park. Volunteer Day Loop. 4 miles fully wooded with bluffs overlooking the shores of J. Percy Priest Lake. 1 hour 13-minute travel time. Led by Karl Dupre.

Natchez Trace State Park. Cub Lake Trail 4-mile loop. This is a pleasant lakefront stroll, and a good trail for viewing the fall colors. It circles Cub Creek Lake with several short hills and flatter areas. 1 Hour 21-minute travel time. Led by Pat Broadbent.

Percy Warner Park. Warner Woods Trail 2.5-mile loop. This trail is in the heavily wooded interior section of the park, with some lowland sections and rolling hills and/or Harpeth Woods Trail 2.5 miles. 46-minute travel time. Led by Nancy Juodenas.

Narrows of the Harpeth at Harpeth River State Park. An easy, 1.6-mile hike for people of all ages with a beautiful overlook of the Harpeth Valley from the top of limestone bluffs. 28-minute travel time. Led by Ron & Judy Jenkins.

Doug Burroughs

(615) 587-0085

1000 Hotel Avenue
Burns, Tennessee 37029 United States
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