I moved from Florida to Nashville about 6 years ago. The first thing I was looking forward to was actually hiking something taller than a landfill. I have come to love the hikes in and around the Nashville areas, but it has taken some time to really discover some of my favorites without having to go out east to the Cumberland plateau or Smoky Mountains (lots of great day trips and waterfall hikes out there). So here is my curated list of my favorite hikes in Nashville and the surrounding areas. All of these should be less than a one hour drive from wherever you are and are not paved unless otherwise stated. Enjoy the list and hopefully you will get some new ideas to get outside!
Oh Peru! A country abound with beauty, a landscape more diverse than anywhere you have been, a culture and people filled with kindness and generosity, filled with delicious food and unforgettable experiences! My husband and I had the chance to take a wonderful trip to Peru and it was an unforgettable experience. Overall, we did a mix of cheap stays to luxury stays, to guided tours and do it yourself tours. Here’s our itinerary, some helpful tips and tested recommendations for planning your next Peruvian adventure.
I love hiking. I love getting outside, connecting with nature, breathing in the fresh air and getting my heart rate up on a beautiful hike. I love the mental challenge of hiking to the top of a mountain and being rewarded with breathtaking views. Hiking can be a rewarding experience, but it can also be challenging. However, after a long (or short) day of a successful hike, you will find yourself in an elevated mood, ready to take on the world and you will never regret getting into hiking. So let’s get you INTO Hiking and out onto the trails with some gear suggestions, day bag essentials, basic hiking etiquette and nature skills.
Heading out to go camping? Need the ultimate checklist? Lets go through some of my must have camping essentials for a tent camping experience with a electric/water hookup.