The Nashville chapter serves hikers in Davidson and surrounding counties. Hikes are regularly scheduled throughout the year on the many trails in this region, as well as in other parts of the state. Check the TTA calendar for more information about upcoming hikes.
The Nashville chapter meets monthly on the fourth Tuesday at 7:00 PM CT. Our meeting place is the Community Room at REI, located at 261 Franklin Road in Brentwood (Map and Directions).
Contact Doug Burroughs, the chapter chair, by telephone at 615-283-0507 or by email, for more information about the Nashville Chapter's activities.
Nancy Juodenas is the outings coordinator for Nashville. Please telephone her at 615-319-8811 or by email, if you are interested in volunteering to lead a hike.
The Nashville Chapter maintains a blog of their upcoming events and recent activities.
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Upcoming Nashville Hikes and Programs:
CORONA VIRUS NOTICE: July 31, 2020:Tennessee Trails Association chapters adhere to all applicable laws, rules, and guidelines for any given setting when organizing hikes and events. Out of concern for those who join us, their families, and our community, we conduct our hikes in a way which conforms to current COVID‑19 guidelines. If you have questions, contact your local chapter’s hike coordinator.
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Bells Bend Park Full Moon Hike: We will meet at sunset and walk 3-5 miles under the moonlight along wide trails and open meadows. Bells Bend park, located in western Davidson County, takes its name from a peaceful arc of the Cumberland River known as Bells Bend. Footwear: The trails can be muddy after a rain. Bring water and snacks. Bring a headlamp or flashlight - for emergency use only. Meet at the Bells Bend Outdoor Center, 4187 Old Hickory Blvd. Nashville, TN 37218 at 6 PM.
For more information and to register contact Doug Burroughs at email@example.com or leave a message at 615-587-0085.