Green Gorge Trail is a 1.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Signal Mountain, Tennessee that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.
This trail follows Shoal Creek in between Green Gorge Road and Ravine Road. There are numerous possible ways of entering. If you drive along Ravine or Green Gorge, you will see small pull-offs where you can park. The small trail includes three bridges for crossing Shoal Creek, and is easy overall.
Very calming walk as it parallels the creek throughout the loop trail.
If you're close by, there's no reason not to do this trail. It's great for getting your head into the woods. There are lots of great trails around here, but they don't downplay what this one offers - a pretty creek and accessibility.
Nice for a suburban path love the bridges and hemlocks
I'm no 5-year-old wonder hiker, but I think it is a great little trail. It's a loop that goes around the creek, so you've always got water on one side of you. Takes about an hour to go all the way around and is really nice if you want to get out for a short/easy hike.
This is a great trail for anyone wanting to try out trail running(or hiking). It has slight hills, rocky areas, smooth flat areas, bridges(including a swinging bridge), a rock overhang, pretty hemlocks and mossy rocks and logs. Hard to get lost because it's a loop.
My 5 year son likes to hike an explore so we do a lot of shorter trails...this one is a waste of time. Please do not waste your time.