Mossy Ridge Trail is a 4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Nashville, TN that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running and is accessible from April until April. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
So thankful to have this trail nearby. Great variation - a few technical parts and a few good hills to keep you honest.
By far the best trail at Warner Parks. It has some nice challenges with the hills, and the best scenery at the park. Still moderately trafficked but worth the people for the hike.
This whole park is fabulous. The trail is beautiful. We did get a little lost
Alright so this trail is beautiful. My boyfriend and I walked up the 4 mile loop to watch the sunset. Well we miss calculated on how long it would take to finish 3 minutes. We had to ask people where the next part of the trail was and how far was left. We made the mistake of finishing the 3 instead of turning around. Had to wonder in the dark trying to find our parking lot. Due to the poor trail marking we ended up on a totally different trail leading up to a main road. We were a 17 minute drive away from the parking lot. I suggest you head back once the sun sets. But people were nice and some said you should head back but we have never been and didn't know how the trails work. Kind of nervous to go back but other than that it was beautiful.
Excellent trail with challenges. Beautiful day to hike!
I really like this trail. It is challenging enough without being too hard. Beautiful surroundings and doesn't require a long drive. This will be in the regular rotation.
More difficult than I thought it would be but a good one!
Longest 4 miles there ever was, very hilly but a great workout
First time visit, loved it.
Awesome trail. Well maintained and challenging to run. If you're looking to get a good workout charging up hills and bombing down technical declines, this is your trail! Traffic can get heavy on the weekends but not enough to ever be a problem.
Full loop, not including connector trails, is about 4.2 miles and somewhere between 800-900ft of elevation gain.
Very well maintained trail and perfect for training!
My favorite place to trail run. It's a pretty challenging run with some steep sections. If you run all the hills, it's a fairly hard workout. It is well traveled but a problem. If you add the white loop, you can piece together about 7.25 miles.
Great trail, definitely had some moderate parts! Be warned, it was packed. They allow dogs, and we brought ours whom loveeed it, but we were constantly "pulling over" to let runners and speed walkers through.