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Nashville is best known as the capital of country music. But, located in the Cumberland River Valley surrounded by hills of the Highland Rim, the middle Tennessee city is also home to a great variety of hiking trails. With new hikes and updated maps, trailhead directions, and photos, the new edition of 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Nashville by veteran Tennessee outdoorsman Johnny Molloy gives outdoors enthusiasts plenty of hikes to choose from. From historical hikes (like the Gordon House and Ferry Site Walk and the Confederate Earthworks Walk) to great recreational trails (like the Anderson Fitness Trail and the Couchville Lake Loop), hikers of all ages and fitness levels will find a trail to their liking within a short drive from home.
Johnny Molloy is an outdoor writer who averages more than 100 nights in the wild per year backpacking throughout the U.S. He has written more than 30 outdoor guidebooks and articles for magazines and websites. Visit him on the Web at johnnymolloy.com. He lives in Johnson City, TN.