Radnor Lake Ganier Ridge Trail is a 2.9 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Nashville, Tennessee that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
Great trail for locals to get to without having to travel very far. Not super difficult, you can complete in an hour or two. Moderately trafficked, and make sure to get to Radnor early on a weekend or you may have to wait a while for parking. Afterwards you can add by doing the lake trail!
Yep. Decent. I went on a Wednesday morning and it was still quite crowded. Great little nature preserve near Nashville. Easy hiking. Nice lake. Lots of rules. No runners/running. No picnics. No dogs.
A really nice walk in the woods, very thankful for Radnor
East side of this loop is more easily navigated, the trail up the west side is a bit washed out and seemed steeper and narrower. A very enjoyable hike that can be done in 1-1.5 hrs or 2+ if you want to take it slow.
Great trail for a metropolitan area.
One of my favorite parts of Radnor Lake. This loop-spur climbs to a ridge that rewards hikers with great views.
Not bad. Took a three year old and he made it.
Nice clean park with good elevation gains. Enjoyable trails.