Our hiking group is made up of hikers from Murfreesboro. We started out with picking all the state parks in Tennessee with overnight trails and are taking them on one at a time. This is our story:
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Natchez Trace- Red Leaves Trail
Red Leaves Trail Lower Loop 26.35miles...........Outcast Total:1325.19 Miles
Well we headed out for a four day hike. When we got there, we were informed that the whole North end of the park was being Logged off due to storm damage. The trail was closed. So plan B was to hike what they did have and a long story short it turned out to be an overnight backpack.
Marco, Troy, and I headed out for the last scheduled hike of the season. It was hot and the ticks were out in force. Basically everytime you stopped, you pulled off ticks. We had hiked this trail four years ago and not much had changed. They did mark the trail alot better. It's rolling hills and you get to see three different lakes. They have a campsite on two of the lakes and we stayed on Pin Oak lake.
We got to do some swiming as the lake was warm. We got to see turtles, snakes, and a mess of wild flowers. It is a great park to hike in and we hope they get the North end opened soon.
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Labels: Craig, Marco, Natchez Trace, Red Leaves Trail, Troy
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