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2015.02.23 04:30 twinsfan55 SHT - Pictures, Videos, or any posts related to the trail.

A place for hikers who share an affinity for the Superior Hiking Trail. A place to post news or media related to the SHT as well as to connect with other hikers.

2008.12.31 00:29 Camping and Hiking

For Backpackers who Hike with Camping Gear in their Backpack. Tips, trip reports, back-country gear reviews, safety and news.

2011.08.31 23:57 ahotw The Appalachian Trail

NOBO? SOBO? Flip-Flopper? Section hiker? Aspiring hiker? If you've hiked or are planning on hiking the "AT", this is the place for you.

2023.06.02 20:04 Brookeinboots Collegiate Loop Luggage Storage and Suggestions?

Hey all! After getting my mid-July John Muir Trail dreams totally decimated by snow and bridge-failures, I'm planning a semi-last-minute trip out to CO for the Collegiate Loop. My plan is to spend 4 or so days acclimatizing (coming from sea level in SoCal) and starting from Twin Lakes. I haven't spent a ton of time in CO outside Estes/Boulder - so any help y'all can provide on a few questions would be great!
  1. I know from experience that I take a bit of time to adjust to altitude, so I planned on hiking clockwise, hitting CE first before CW. Any thoughts?
  2. What are camping conditions like out there? I'm solo so I actually like to camp where I know other people will be, but FarOut doesn't show any camp spots (at least on the Collegiate map), which is different from my PCT section-hike experience.
  3. I'm roadtripping out from SoCal, so I'll have some luggage in my car. I know better than to leave tantalizing items like a laptop and duffle bag sitting at the trailhead for 2 weeks. Does anyone have suggestions for where I could pay to safely store a bag during my hike? My plan is to just cold call hotels in the area, see if they'll do it, and sleep there the night before I start.
  4. If you had 4 days to spend in CO to acclimatize / check off some bucket list experiences - where would you go??
Edited for dumb spelling errors. 😜
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2023.06.02 19:53 EugeneLawyer Moonlight Mash bike ride Saturday at Bier Stein

Moonlight Mash bike ride Saturday at Bier Stein
The moonlight mash bike rides are pretty fun, I’ve done several of them over the years.
In essence it’s a fun easy going ride blasting music throughout downtown Eugene and the river trail during the full moon. The ride it self starts around sunset and lasts for about an hour.
This Saturday there is also a charity event coinciding with the event. See the flyer included with this post.
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2023.06.02 19:44 NoHearing8189 Anyone else with Crohn’s arthritis? How do you exercise?

I’ve definitely noticed the arthritis follows any mechanical stress (knee and heel inflammation for days after hiking). I’ve been trying to find exercises that have the least demand on tendons and ligaments. So far weight lifting and swimming seems to be the best. Running worst. Biking, walking, and yoga are somewhere in the middle.
I’m struggling to get much cardio in - at this rate cardiovascular disease is gonna get me sooner than Crohn’s
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2023.06.02 18:05 golfcartcowboy 46 M4F - [chat] Finishing up a boring work week

Almost done with another work week. I have some time to kill and would love to chat a little this afternoon. My interests include reading, fitness, hiking, mountain biking and anything else that gets me outdoors. Shoot me a message if your interested!
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2023.06.02 17:50 Equivalent_Yak6705 GDT shakedown

I'll be hiking sections C, D, and E of the Great Divide Trail this July. Looking for a pack shakedown. I'm a cold sleeper, so went with a sleeping bag over a quilt. Made the plunge into a single wall shelter for this trip, a little concerned about condensation but I figure I'll just deal with it given the huge weight savings of going single wall. Went with a heavier rain jacket given the amount of rain people describe on this trail. I hate hiking in rain pants as I overheat in them and start pouring out sweat even in a downpour - is leaving them at home a mistake on this trail? I see most people online are bringing rain pants. I also toyed with the idea of cold-soaking during this trip, however went with the stove as a warm meal will be nice given the cold temperatures that are possible on the trail. I'll be hiking this trail solo. Lighterpack link below. Shake me down!

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2023.06.02 17:50 hummingflower New to Cycling and Attempting to Navigate Jerseys, Bibs and Kits

Hello! I'm recently new to Cycling and loving it! I'm wanting to transition into more cycle specific clothing rather than my current running and lifting attire, although after my first ride I immediately hoped into Amazon and bought a pair of Baleaf bike shorts - they are OK but I definitely start to feel things after 4 miles.
Long story short, I'm overwhelmed - wow lots of brands at all different price points some geared towards women, others unisex. Can someone point me in the direction of what brand to start with and what to look for? Happy trails!
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2023.06.02 17:44 Pokemoncrusher1 Why do some bikes have a different fork offset listed in their geometry vs their forks part spec? Are these different values?

Example: consider the cannondale scalpel ht 4 https://www.cannondale.com/en-us/bikes/mountain/cross-country/scalpel-ht/scalpel-ht-carbon-4
The listed fork rake in the geometry is 55mm , giving the bike a trail of 10mm But in the parts spec, the fork, rockshox sid - has 44mm of trail giving thr bike a significantly higher trail value
Which one is right? Or is this just an error
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2023.06.02 17:23 _nooneaskedlol_ Best value/money deal of my life

Best value/money deal of my life
This is probably the best deal I have ever made so far. Grabbed myseld this bike earlier today. The sale is still up, some bikes are still in stock so if anyone is interested, I think it's a good time to take a look on the Canyon website 😁
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2023.06.02 17:10 Foragologist Sustainability v. Shaming

This post is created in response to a recent one on a large Reshi mushroom haul and having a open discussion on sustainable foraging vs making people feel ashamed. I see a lot of haul shaming in respons to posts which often get up voted - but am not convinced it's helpful to the community.
I think most foragers want to harvest responsibly, or at least believe they do. I also know that responsible harvesting is completly subjective and contextual.
If you would, provide your opinion on the below situations and what a sustainable responsible harvest would be. If you want more context I'll do my best to provide it.
1.) You find a loan apple tree in a very remote wooded area with 50 large Morel mushrooms under it.
2.) You find a large COTW (growing in 3 seprate tropes) on a dead log 50ft off a low traffic trail in a spot that has produced annually the last 5 years.
3.) You find a single Porchini under some pine cover at a semi-popular local park. There is no chemical treatment.
4.) You find a blackberry patch 100ft by 100ft right off a popular hiking trail. It's a 1/2 mile in.
5.) In your yard you have a mast year of acorns.
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2023.06.02 16:53 guillermo_buillermo Beginner gains over. Next steps?

The title pretty much describes it all. I’ve been a casual cyclist (5 mile trail rides every week or so) for a while. About six months ago dove deeper, got a new gravel bike, signed up for some races, Zwift Hub trainer, and got on a training plan. I initially did Zwift’s Build Me Up plan which I think was a bit too intense and didn’t involve enough rest, but I finished it anyway. I quickly saw huge gains to my FTP and endurance but my progress seems to have stagnated a bit over the past couple months.
My FTP (275ish) hasn’t really changed too much since BMU completion despite continued training. I’ve been doing the Gran Fondo plan on Zwift now and have been doing a decent number of outdoor longer rides (including a hilly metric century last weekend). I’ve definitely been straining less and doing more longer rides, overall feeling better and less fatigued than when I was in BMU. I suppose my question is: is this fairly normal and I should hold the course? I suspect my newbie gains have ended and I’m on to gradual improvement now? Do I need to focus on harder intervals to see more improvement?
I plan to work on cutting a bit of weight in the next three months before a double metric century gravel race - not that I have a ton to lose, I’m about 75 kg, but definitely could drop a few kg because I eat way too much junk and that should help my w/kg and overall well being.
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2023.06.02 16:32 Pangolin_Beatdown Training a modified "heel" for hikers?

I have a 3 year old working livestock guardian dog who is also my travel and adventure companion. She is great at her job and well behaved in the house and visiting family, out in public on lead etc, but on hikes I have not maintained working on "heel" because I didn't mind letting her range ahead so I could see when she wanted to stop and sniff something or pee on something, and although she does pull I can generally control it by saying "hey don't pull!"
I do not use any kind of special training gear and no training collar - she walks on a normal collar and a normal lead. So she does not get any kind of "correction" when she pulls other than me saying "hey! No pull!" and giving her a tug.
Now we are doing more challenging hikes and having her in front with even the ability to pull at the wrong time is actually dangerous to me. I really need her, not to "heel" at my side, and not to walk in front of me, but to maintain a safe distance on a loose lead, walking on my left on wide trails but trailing behind on narrow paths, so she doesn't pull me off balance when we go downhill or crowd me off a narrow trail.
I do see people hiking with their dogs doing just that and I'm so envious. Is it too late to teach my willful giant to trail like that, and what is the method to teach not "heel at my left leg" but "trail me at a safe distance which suits the terrain on a loose lead."
Maybe the answer is "you should have done this at age 4 months to now, dummy, and it's too late now" but just in case, does anyone have a suggestion of where to start?
I am starting to do formal daily training sessions with her on her basic obedience again, which I know is step one. My question is really about specifically how to train "walk appropriately on a trail" rather than "heel", if there's even a way to train that.
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2023.06.02 15:51 DiscoveryHimalaya Short Annapurna Base Camp Trek Complete Guide - Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek - Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp Nepal

Short Annapurna Base Camp Trek Complete Guide - Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek - Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp Nepal
The Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) trek is one of the most popular treks in Nepal, offering stunning mountain views and a chance to experience the rich cultural heritage of the region. Here's a complete guide to help you plan your short Annapurna Base Camp trek:
Annapurna South
  1. Best Time to Trek: The best time to undertake the ABC trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months offer stable weather conditions and clear mountain views.
  2. Permits and Fees: Before starting the trek, you'll need to obtain two permits:
  • Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP): This permit is required to enter the Annapurna Conservation Area and can be obtained in Kathmandu or Pokhara.
  • Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) Card: This card ensures your safety during the trek and can also be obtained in Kathmandu or Pokhara.
  1. Trek Itinerary: The short ABC trek can be completed in about 7 to 9 days, depending on your pace and acclimatization needs. Here's a sample itinerary: Day 1: Kathmandu to Pokhara (by flight or bus) Day 2: Pokhara to Nayapul (by road) and trek to Tikhedhunga (1,577m) Day 3: Tikhedhunga to Ghorepani (2,874m) Day 4: Hike to Poon Hill for sunrise (3,210m) and trek to Tadapani (2,630m) Day 5: Tadapani to Chhomrong (2,170m) Day 6: Chhomrong to Bamboo (2,310m) Day 7: Bamboo to Deurali (3,230m) Day 8: Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m) and back to Bamboo Day 9: Bamboo to Jhinu Danda (1,760m) for hot springs and then to Nayapul. Drive back to Pokhara. Day 10: Pokhara to Kathmandu (by flight or bus)
  2. Accommodation: Along the ABC trek, you'll find teahouses and guesthouses that offer basic accommodation and meals. These establishments provide rooms with twin beds, blankets, and shared bathrooms. It's advisable to carry a sleeping bag for added warmth and comfort.
  3. Physical Fitness and Altitude Sickness: The ABC trek involves ascending to higher altitudes, so it's important to have a reasonable level of physical fitness. Prior trekking experience is not necessary, but regular exercise and cardiovascular training will be beneficial. Take time to acclimatize by ascending gradually and staying hydrated. If you experience symptoms of altitude sickness, such as headaches, nausea, or dizziness, descend to a lower altitude immediately.
  4. Packing Essentials: Here are some essential items to pack for the trek:
  • Lightweight and moisture-wicking clothing layers
  • Trekking boots with good ankle support
  • Down jacket and thermal innerwear for cold temperatures
  • Sun hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen
  • Trekking poles, backpack, and a water bottle
  • First aid kit, including medication for altitude sickness
  • Snacks, energy bars, and water purification tablets
  • Cash (Nepalese rupees) for meals, drinks, and accommodation
  1. Hiring a Guide and Porter: While it's possible to trek the ABC route independently, hiring a guide and porter can enhance your experience and make the trek. This trekking trail combined the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek and other treks too.
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2023.06.02 13:31 glo75001 Uttarakhand B2B Travel Agency

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2023.06.02 11:11 Deagle426 Recommendations - Hiking Shoes NOT Boots?

Hey Y'all, I have a IT band syndrome, due to which Hiking 'boots' are quite painful - being huge and heavy.
I was using Nike Trail runners for hiking (amazingly lightweight and good grip), but man their grip lasted for not more thqn 10 hikes. Thanks to trail runners being soft.
Any shoes you guys would recommend which would last a bit more than trail runners? Just for summer hikes ofc.
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2023.06.02 11:11 lunariot28 Experience the Outdoor Lifestyle From Lunariot

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2023.06.02 11:08 N13_Black Spank Spike Vibrocore XGT 35mm - 25mm rise - anyone?


I was think of upgrading my hardtail's handlebars with Vibrocore. Not a lot of reviews on reddit, youtube etc.
Did anybody put them on a HT bike for trail/enduro rides?
Is it worth the money?

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2023.06.02 08:53 WonderWomanPhi Summer To Do List

Here’s a list I’ve compiled of all the major summer events, thought it would be helpful:
Taste of Syracuse • June 2-3 11am-10pm • Clinton Square
Syracuse Bike Party • Last Saturday of each month, 6:45 meet time • Clinton Square (or alternative site)
Fayetteville Farmers Market CNY • Every Thursday, 12-6pm • Fayetteville Town Center
Syracuse Downtown Farmers Market • Every Tuesday, 8am-2pm • Clinton Square
Cazenovia Farmers' Market • Every Saturday, 9am-2pm • Memorial Park on Albany Street
Bank Alley Urban Market • June 11, July 16, August 13 • 11am-4pm • Bank Allley Downtown Syracuse
Bank Alley Social Club • Shop Small Sundays • June 18, July 23 • 11am-5pm • Located at Salt City Market
Syracuse Shakespeare In The Park • June 2-11 • Thornden Park Amphitheater
St. Sophia’s Greek Cultural Festival • June 8-10 • 325 Waring Road
CNY Pride Festival & Parade • June 10, 11am parade, 12-5pm festival • Inner Harbor
2023 New York State Blues Festival • June 15-17 • Chevy Court
Westcott Art Trail • June 17, 10am-6pm • Westcott Community Center
Polish Days in Syracuse • June 9-11 • Clinton Square
Syracuse Jazz Fest • June 21-25 • Hanover and Clinton Square
St. Elias Middle Eastern Festival • July 13-16, various times • 4988 Onondaga Road
Syracuse Nationals • July 20-22 • NYS Fairgrounds
M&T Bank Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival • July 28-30 • Columbus Circle
Skaneateles Antique and Classic Boat Show • July 28-30 • Skaneateles, NY
Visit Syracuse Hanover Square Thursdays • Live music every Thursday in August • Hanover Square Downtown
Madison Bouckville Antique Week • August 14-20 • Rt 20 Bouckville, NY
The Skaneateles Festival • Live music events • July-August, various dates • Downtown Skaneateles
St. George Macedonian Festival • August 4-6 • 5083 Onondaga Road
CNY Scottish Games • August 12, 9am-8pm • Long Branch Park, Liverpool
Syracuse Irish Festival • September 8-9 • Clinton Square
Strathmore Art on the Porches • September 9, 11am-5pm • Ruskin Ave
Golden Harvest Festival • September 9-10, 10am-5pm • Beaver Lake Nature Center
Festa Italiana Syracuse • September 15-17 • Corner of Montgomery and Washington Streets (in front of city hall)
Westcott Street Cultural Fair • October 1, 12-6:30pm • Westcott Neighborhood
LaFayette Apple Festival • October 7-8 • 5330 Rowland Road, LaFayette
Syracuse Mets Home Games June: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 28, 29, 30 July: 1, 2, 3, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 August: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 September: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
Rosamond Gifford Zoo • Open every sinlge day • 10:00am - 4:30pm
Museums: • Skä•noñh - Great Law of Peace Center • Everson Museum of Art • Museum of Science & Technology - MOST • Erie Canal Museum • Salt Museum • Onondaga Historical Association
Theaters and stages: • The Palace Theatre Syracuse • Landmark Theatre • The Westcott Theater • The Oncenter • Syracuse Stage • Redhouse Theater
Some parks and beaches, more below: • Beaver Lake Nature Center (has lots of activities and programs!) • Clark Reservation • Green Lakes State Park • Sylvan Beach Amusement Park • Thornden Park
Onondaga County Parks • Find parks, beaches, and activities here: https://onondagacountyparks.com
Syracuse Parks & Rec • Find parks and activities here: https://www.syr.gov/Departments/Parks-Recreation
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation • Find parks, beaches, activities, and historic sites here: https://parks.ny.gov
The Great New York State Fair Free/reduced price/theme days: ⭐️Thursday, August 24, 2023 Student Youth Day Youth and Students under 18 years of age are admitted free on this day. ID showing date of birth may be requested.
⭐️Friday, August 25, 2023 Pride Day The first state fair in America to host an official Pride Day to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community.
New Americans Day Witness approximately 100 people as they complete a long and challenging process to pledge their allegiance to the United States and become Americans. Ceremony will be held at Daniella’s Seafood & Pasta House in the Art & Home Center.
⭐️Monday, August 28, 2023 Law Enforcement Day We honor the men and women of law enforcement in New York State with free admission to any active or retired law enforcement or corrections personnel who presents a badge or picture ID from the department from which they are or were employed.
⭐️Tuesday, August 29, 2023 Fire & Rescue Day We honor the brave men and women of fire and emergency services agencies with free admission to any active or retired member of a fire department or emergency services organization who has a picture ID from that department or organization.
⭐️Wednesday, August 30, 2023 Women's Day A mini-fair will be held from 10:00am to 4:00pm at the Chevy Court Pavilion featuring many advocacy groups for women… feel free to stop by to get information, learn, and ask any questions.
⭐️Thursday, August 31, 2023 Armed Forces Day We celebrate all members of the military with free admission to any active duty or veteran with military identification (Military ID Card, form DD-214 or NYS Driver License, Learner Permit or non-driver ID card with a veteran designation).
⭐️Friday, September 1, 2023 Native Americans Day We honor all members of Native American tribes with free admission on this day. ID is not required. Make sure to visit the Indian Village throughout the day for cultural performances and crafts.
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2023.06.02 04:58 s_ur Empire State Trail gravel section :(

Successfully completed 130+ back to back miles of the insanely hilly on-road Adirondack section of the Empire State Trail, only to get badly injured the from the relatively short gravel path in Fort Ann. Such loose sandy gravel on a sudden downhill - couldn’t stop my hybrid bike from flipping. Got pretty painful and gory road rash, and wasn’t able to complete my trip. Anyone else encounter this annoying section (to say the least)?
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2023.06.02 04:38 Grand_Rapids_MI 29 [M4F] Nashville/online - BEAutiFUL night in nashville. Sitting outside and looking for a chat. What are you doing with your night? 🦉

Heya -
Im usually up late. So if you’re seeing this… come say hey. Presently, I’m just sitting outside enjoying the night and looking for some distraction from a friendly stranger.
Most of my free time is spent playing games, hiking, biking, NOT running, and I also watch a decent amount of movies/tv. Currently I’m catching up on Succession.
I generally get along with everyone, but prefer girls who like to joke back, have similar interest, like to talk about their day(always felt like my day is pretty boring, so I'm interested in yours!)
I'm a 6’3 white guy. Blue eyes. Slim build, i would say my fitness level is a 6.9/10. I'm generally looking for someone to chat with, if we end up as good friends that's fine as well, not going to force anything.
That's just some basic info about me, if you're interested just send me a message.
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2023.06.02 04:08 qualifiedtacos NBD for my wife!

NBD for my wife!
Got home from road trip vacation a day early and kept the vacation day while the kids went to daycare. Wound up going to the bike store we saw announce they were closing doors this summer (RIP Bike and Hike) and spent a couple hours going through the owners collection in his back garage. Found this he said he needed to sell sooner than later with the rest of the collection (~350 60's - 90's steel beauties).
Early 2000's Abici V1. FSA carbon handlebars and crankset, Campy Record 10 speed carbon shifters/derailleurs, Mavic brakes, Campagnolo Neutron wheelset and a new set of tires.
She snagged a photo out in the yard before we put it up for the night, and a few more hung up. Got a fire sale on it for my wife's first n+1!
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2023.06.02 03:02 Followmelead Nashville, TN - Moving Recommendations/Questions

Looking to see what the hiking is like down there. Specifically if there’s any suggestions on a good city/area to move to near Nashville with a lot of trails nearby? Are there a lot of waterways? Like streams and whatnot to keep the pup cool when hiking? He has a black double coat and loves laying in the water. Even puddles suffice in his mind haha.
Going to be moving from NY sooner than later and have settled between two states. It’s unlikely I’ll be able to visit before actually moving. I’m 33 and only have a dog to care for so that’s not a big issue.
I know this may not seem 100% like a hiking topic but hiking & gravel biking are really my main deciding factors now that I’ve narrowed it down. Being generally near a younger crowd would be a bonus but I don’t want/need to be in Nashville proper. That’s why I was looking at the Nashville area. Maybe up to 45 min away, like Fairview (a lot of gravel riding) or Franklin/Murfreesboro possibly?
I don’t really see Tennessee mentioned too often when I see people hiking post. I’ve been to many of those states and wasn’t too keen on them for other reasons.
Thanks in advance!
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2023.06.02 03:00 Followmelead Nashville, TN - Moving Recommendations/Questions

Looking to see what the hiking is like down there. Specifically if there’s any suggestions on a good city/area to move to near Nashville with a lot of trails nearby?
Going to be moving from NY sooner than later and have settled between two states. It’s unlikely I’ll be able to visit before actually moving. I’m 33 and only have a dog to care for so that’s not a big issue. Are there a lot of waterways? Like streams and whatnot to keep the pup cool when hiking? He has a black double coat and loves laying in streams haha.
I know this may not seem 100% like a hiking topic but hiking & gravel biking are really my main deciding factors now that I’ve narrowed it down. Being generally near a younger crowd would be a bonus but I don’t want/need to be in Nashville proper. That’s why I was looking at the Nashville area. Maybe up to 45 min away, like Fairview (a lot of gravel riding) or Franklin/Murfreesboro possibly?
I don’t really see Tennessee mentioned too often when I see people hiking post. I’ve been to many of those states and wasn’t too keen on them for other reasons.
Thanks in advance!
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