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Inman Hollow Loop is a 2.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Fairview, Tennessee that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.

Length 2.2 mi Elevation gain 318 ft Route type Loop

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Running

Forest

Wild flowers

Wildlife

No dogs

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Benny Hauk
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Hiking

Loved it. Great shade in the summer but, in my experience, not the spider webs that usually comes with the summer shade (I don’t have to run with a stick in front of me). My one request is that the Big East Fork Reserve extend the area they share all the way to Big East Fork Rd (the bush hogged path from the pond to the road) so we can make a legit running loop, like the shoe-shaped photo I just posted to this trail. It requires you to technically get off trail for a few seconds which I don’t like. (But it makes for a great trail/road mixed run - about 6.7 miles).

Jason Reiling “cricket”
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Lot of this loop is actually on private property and no dogs are allowed. In some areas I am ok with this (National parks) but when someone takes money to put land into conservancy for public use and then restricts normal, reasonable use then I take issue with that. Don’t bother. It’s a decent walk but I’d prefer to go elsewhere

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Tom Fitzgerald
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Hiking

Good trail: connects right to Timberland trail, so part of a slightly larger network — plus Timberland is a good place to park. Nice scenery, interesting structure down by the pond. Definitely not a tough trail, but there’s a couple places with some good uphill.

Michelle Cunningham
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Hiking

Nice trail to get some exercise! My dog came with me, some parts are a little steep so it is slower going with a leashed dog. Hiked around 11 a.m. and did not see another person on the trail. That being said, my face caught many spider webs, so I would advise using a stick or something similar to wave in front of you. I used bug spray beforehand, but the bugs didn't bother me at all. If you are not hindered by the possibility of spiders and insects, this is a good hike!

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John Carter
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Nice hike but we're all were covered in seed ticks by the end. Definitely going to douse my body in bug spray next time.

Al F.
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Hiked this all the way out to East Fork Creek just past the deserted greenhouse and pond. Be aware, this is not the Inman Loop. The loop is within the park. This trail takes you out of the park on to private conservancy land, which is open to the public. Note: pretty steep going down and getting back out, even if you take the return trail to the right. Bring water. Found nasty small red deer tick, so check yourself. Will do it again in cooler weather and wait for fall color. Not especially scenic. Good exercise trail not too far from city. Closer to 3 miles than the listed 2.2 miles.

Trevor Bradshaw
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Fun little loop for a quick hike.

Jennifer Moore
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Brian J. Harris
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Sandy Smith
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Katie Wyant
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Tom Gwaltney
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Cy Fenton
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Jennifer Moore
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Ryan H.
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Tom Hendrickson
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Jennifer Moore
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Ruth Hare
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Matt K.
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Lindsay Ferrier
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Cliff DeYoung
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Jennifer Moore
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Nance Harvey
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Don Stewart
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Kevin Poff
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Damon Leon
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Matthew Fox
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Corey Wilson
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Kevin Marshall
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Jessica Noneofurbusi
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