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Historic Bridgeport Walking Trail

2 mi
State: AL
Asphalt, Cinder, Concrete

Mountain Goat Trail

4.7 mi
State: TN
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
There is a wonderful walking trail that leads to a beautiful walking bridge over the Tennessee River. The trail starts just above the Depot and is worth the walk. You walk from the Bridgeport Railroad...
AL 2 mi Asphalt, Cinder, Concrete
The Mountain Goat Trail now links Sewanee and Monteagle in Franklin County with a paved pathway stretching nearly five miles. The rail-trail will one day be 35 miles, extending father west to Cowan...
TN 4.7 mi Asphalt
The Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System comprises 8.5 miles of linear park trails in the Stones River and Lytle Creek areas. The asphalt trails are 12 feet wide and are paved to allow walking,...
TN 8.5 mi Asphalt

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Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

TN - 8.5 miles

The Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System comprises 8.5 miles of linear park trails in the Stones River and Lytle Creek areas. The asphalt trails are 12 feet wide and are paved to allow walking,...

Mountain Goat Trail

TN - 4.7 miles

The Mountain Goat Trail now links Sewanee and Monteagle in Franklin County with a paved pathway stretching nearly five miles. The rail-trail will one day be 35 miles, extending father west to Cowan...

Historic Bridgeport Walking Trail

AL - 2 miles

There is a wonderful walking trail that leads to a beautiful walking bridge over the Tennessee River. The trail starts just above the Depot and is worth the walk. You walk from the Bridgeport Railroad...

Mountain Goat Trail

TN - 4.7 miles

The Mountain Goat Trail now links Sewanee and Monteagle in Franklin County with a paved pathway stretching nearly five miles. The rail-trail will one day be 35 miles, extending father west to Cowan...

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

TN - 8.5 miles

The Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System comprises 8.5 miles of linear park trails in the Stones River and Lytle Creek areas. The asphalt trails are 12 feet wide and are paved to allow walking,...

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

TN - 8.5 miles

The Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System comprises 8.5 miles of linear park trails in the Stones River and Lytle Creek areas. The asphalt trails are 12 feet wide and are paved to allow walking,...

Mountain Goat Trail

TN - 4.7 miles

The Mountain Goat Trail now links Sewanee and Monteagle in Franklin County with a paved pathway stretching nearly five miles. The rail-trail will one day be 35 miles, extending father west to Cowan...

Historic Bridgeport Walking Trail

AL - 2 miles

There is a wonderful walking trail that leads to a beautiful walking bridge over the Tennessee River. The trail starts just above the Depot and is worth the walk. You walk from the Bridgeport Railroad...

Recent Trail Reviews

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

Stones River Greenway

June, 2017 by sandrafrice55

Educational ride through tragic Civil War battle of Stones River January 2,3 1863. Don't miss the VI's National PArk BisitorsCenter. Well maintained trim along the river

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

love this trail

April, 2017 by joinesjen

Our family continues to use this trail on a weekly basis. Many trail heads to utilize. This provides a variety of experiences.

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

Scary & Unsafe

December, 2016 by cleonard_tl

Use to walk the Thompson Lane Trail Head often. Now the trail is so overgrown and out of control, that it is scary for women to walk alone in fear of predators hiding in weeds and bushes. Just is not a safe place anymore.

Accordion

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

overgrown

November, 2016 by flippy040362

Years ago I use to walk my dog on this trail every day and admire the beauty of the river, What happened? I visited the trail after leaving the area for a few years and I cant even see the river now it is so over grown! I would love to put together a clean up crew/group to revive the view of the river!

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

Very enjoyable trail

May, 2016 by salafaour

The trail run in my backyard on stones river , me my wife and the kids get on the trail several times every week , kids ride their segways or skate boards , we ride our bikes or walk , a lot of nice scneary areas on the river , beautiful flowers , trees , and abundant wild life , we've seen deer , turkey , snakes , fox , oposoms, raccoons , blue hearion crane, ducks , gees , a peacock, rabbits, beavers ....
To see all those animals right in the middle of the city is amazing
The trail is very easy for bike ride to since most of it flat .
You can also fish in stone river , I caught 9 lb bass and a lot of cat fish , canoeing is very nice on stone river , just get mosquitos repellant on hot summer evening .

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

Great for cycling newbies!

August, 2015 by traceyvs

My husband and I just started cycling two months ago. This is my favorite trail yet. It's not too difficult for someone like me who was woefully out of shape when I started riding regularly (now up to 20+ miles a week). It's absolutely beautiful and provides plenty of much needed shade when it's 95 degrees (like it's been for us). Highly recommended trail.

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

Stones River

November, 2014 by gotacks

We had a great experience over two days of hiking and biking. Great trail that is well maintained.

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

Nice view of the river; needs clarification

July, 2014 by kansaskraze

Nice views of the river along the trail bridge, goes through some sketchy parts of town. Stick to the outer left trail when you enter the Old Fort Park White River Battlefield or else you will get confused and possibly lost. (Weird gravel trail at the end of one of the trail extensions.) Needs signs showing main route.

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

Murfreesboro Stones River Trail

November, 2013 by ppietras

Great trail, some historical items along the way. Not difficult, great for younger riders.

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

Always a great trail!

January, 2013 by khsmiley

Whether walking or biking, in the spring or fall, this trail is a must visit. There's beautiful scenery, nice terrain, and plenty of great photo opportunities.

Mountain Goat Trail

New Section open!

August, 2012 by pattyharbison

I took a guided wildflower walk along the newly-opened section of the trail. Parking is at Pearl's Restaurant near the Monteagle/Sewanee line. The well-marked spur trail from Pearl's is mostly level through a wet area, lots of pretty ferns and LOTS OF POISON IVY! A must to wear long pants if you are susceptible, and pack your bug spray. The main trail is almost completely flat, dirt over the old granite from the railbed, a very easy walk with wide variety of native plants and "newcomers."

Mountain Goat Trail

This could become a gem of a trail!

April, 2011 by DGAT1989

I just rode the MGT (April 2011) and have submitted an updated detailed description to TrailLink.com

Briefly, first two miles are paved (St. Andrews to Sewanee). For ~1/2 mile through Sewannee it is difficult to follow thru a parking lot and the highway shoulder encroachment, but then it becomes recognizable single track. Be prepared for the next 1/2 mile. A creek overtakes the trail (10 feet wide, 2-10" deep). Creek then "departs" and for the next 5 miles, the trail is a steep downgrade, very rough, rocky, washouts, etc. But a gorgeous ride! About 2 miles from the Cowan end, the MGT parallels an active rail line for 1/2 mile , and then merges with it. The last 1.5 miles you ride on tennis ball sized ballast of the active line. That is why it is impossible to find the trailhead at the Cowan end!

If only funds were available for surface and drainage improvement and separation from the active rail line on the Cowan end, this would be a gem of a trail. I still had a fun, but challenging ride! [I'm 67 yrs old.]

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