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A 2-mile hike is planned for 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 10th on the Natchez Trace near Nashville.
This event is hosted by the Harpeth River Watershed Association.
Working together to protect and restore the Harpeth River Watershed and provide expertise in statewide conservation policy
Hikers will be walking along Backbone Ridge, between Highways 100 and 96.
They’re affectionately calling this the hike “from Loveless to Leiper’s”.
Robert Brandt, attorney, author and hiking enthusiast, will lead the walk.
The hike takes place on February 10, 2007 and is free for HRWA members ($20 for all others).
For More Information
Contact the Harpeth River Watershed Association via e-mail or phone: (615) 790-9767.
Participants will meet at the Loveless Cafe on Highway 100 at 1:30 pm and will car-pool to the trailhead.
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