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Radnor Lake - Moderate Hike - 12/7

Meeting Place: Trailhead at Granny White Pike/Visitor Center entrance
Hike Distance: up to 5 miles
Estimated Hike Time: max 2 hours 
Event Leader: Hassan
Difficulty: Moderate

We'll start at the Granny White Pike entrance parking lot, and depending on what the group feels like, we can do a mixture of the trails. Kids are certainly welcome, but pets are not allowed on the trails.

Note that on good weather days Radnor parking can get crowded. Please observe all traffic flow and parking rules posted.

Some instructions:

1. DO NOT enter Radnor Lake from the Franklin Road side. You must enter from Granny White Pike/Otter Creek Road because the road is blocked to vehicle traffic through the park. On maps Otter Creek Road looks like a through street for cars but it is not.

2. There is only one parking lot on the Granny White end so it won't be hard to find us. We'll be the crowd of people standing around.

3. There is not a sign for Radnor Lake on Granny White Pike. Look on the map for where Otter Creek Road intersects Granny White Pike and turn there.

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  • Caleb B.

    I was really looking forward to hiking with you guys, unfortunately I went on the Franklin Pike side of Radnor, by then it was too late to get to you guys! Hope ya had fun though.

    December 7, 2013

    • Kelly S.

      This is why we post instruction number one, above.

      December 7, 2013

  • John l.

    Hey gang I was there I think I was thinking was East parking lot um I guess next time I didn't see anybody there so I left I waited there for about a half an hour and I didn't see anybody unless there's another location that you guys meet up I don't know I've never been there before but I guess next time

    December 7, 2013

    • Kelly S.

      This is why we post instruction number one, above.

      December 7, 2013

  • Hassan

    Gary, at the present, time is essential so I hike at Radnor Lake, Mossy Ridge and Natchez Trace.
    There are over 20 leaders that hike all over Tennessee in our group, please check the scheduling. Duane, take care of the knee and get ready to do West Parking Lot, Ganier Ridge, East Parking Lot and South Cove under 90 minutes.
    See you soon

    December 6, 2013

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