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    Emily Dault saved Canal Loop Trail

    7 months ago

    Emily Dault saved Hematite Trail

    7 months ago

    Emily Dault reviewed Hematite Trail

    9 months ago

    Just did this one yesteray. Honesty I don't consider the trail moderate. However, probably about half of the trail is made of wooden platforms over the water. Some of these platforms have seriously warped or fallen completely apart which requires careful maneuvering. At least right now, I wouldn't bring a dog here, especially a small one. Overall, it was fun, but a busier trail.

    Emily Dault completed Hematite Trail

    9 months ago

    Emily Dault reviewed Bear Creek Loop to North South Trail

    9 months ago

    Only been here once so far. The first two miles are boring and in October was riddled with spiders. The miles after are great though with lots of different scenery. I would say it's a fairly easy trail with some climb and very little technical spots.

    Emily Dault saved Honker Lake Trail

    9 months ago

    Emily Dault reviewed Honker Lake Trail

    9 months ago

    Just did this trail today. We chose it because it said it was over 5 miles. When I tracked it on my phone, it said it was 4.7 miles instead. Most of the trail is in the forested area. About halfway through the lake will be on either side of you which is lovely. The trail is not paved and is marked with white diamonds on the trees. Overall, I will be coming back again.

    Emily Dault completed Honker Lake Trail

    9 months ago

    Emily Dault reviewed Dunbar Cave Recovery Trail

    about 1 year ago

    My personal favorite trail in Clarksville. While it is often times busy and the gates close at sundown, it is possibly the best trail to run on that's somewhat challenging around here. There are two loops both of which connect in the middle. They are not paved and not made for bikes. The short loop is easy and less than a mile long. The recovery loop is about a mile and a half and has much higher incline with no switch backs. The cave is not always open, but offers a cool area to rest after your run.

    Emily Dault completed Dunbar Cave Recovery Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Emily Dault reviewed Cumberland Riverwalk Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Emily Dault reviewed Clarksville Greenway (Mary's Oak Trailhead)

    about 1 year ago

    I frequent here often. There are two paths. The one on the left is flat and paved. It's the busier of the two so I don't go that way. The way on the right is also paved but it has lots of hills and less people. It currently ends at 2.5 miles but the city plans on expanding it. The whole greenway is great for walking, running, or biking with nice views of trees and water along the sides.

    Emily Dault completed Clarksville Riverwalk Trail

    about 1 year ago