I came in on the backside of a storm to tackle the Stones River (SR) Greenway. I parked at the Percy Priest Dam trailhead and immediately started going downhill under I-40 along the SR. To explore the entire trail, I took the first spur to the left which led through a nice wooded area to dog-leg right under a stone railroad tussle. This section of the trial has multiple forks: Stewarts Ferry Pike, Clover Bottom Mansion and the YMCA Trailhead. Please review your map prior because you may become easily disoriented. At a point along the trail you can avoid a steep up-and-down by taking the marked handicap by-pass. Upon returning to the SRG (ride under the RR bridge on your return) you will continue downhill to a gorgeous boardwalk at/above the river’s edge. Next, you will arrive at the Kohl’s trailhead and cross the SR on a bike/walk dedicated steel truss bridge. You will love the following scenic section by riding the wide closed roadway by the beautiful Stone Hall mansion, a rustic log cabin, the SR and the defunct Ravenwood CC. While down-hilling you will get your first glance at the Cumberland River and cross the SR near their confluence. Up, up and up the very, very steep hill to ride under McGavock Pike/Two Rivers Park. The greenway takes you away from the majestic Two River Mansion but it is worth the ride through the park to visit. The capstone of the SRG is the Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge. I was fortunate enough to see a towboat with barges rounding the bend and going under the bridge toward Nashville, stop and enjoy! Per other reviews; there are a few stops with porta-potties (they are constructing a nice facility at the dam), no good access to water/drinks, no emergency repair stations and a few steeper than normal trail grades. Overall the trail has a few minor challenges but it rewards you with an awesomeness! I continued the day’s ride to the Shelby Bottoms Greenway via the bridge.