Narrows of Harpeth Hike Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This hike travels along the Harpeth River, passing through an area known as the Narrows. Here, the Harpeth River, in a 5-milelong bend, nearly curves back on itself. Highlights include a man-made tunnel that cuts across the bend in the river and panoramic views of the Harpeth River and the surrounding countryside.
This is one of the more popular units of Harpeth River State Park. Here, visitors can float the Harpeth River, picnic and fish on its banks, and hike its trails. Start this hike by looking for a sign that reads TRAIL TO NARROWS AT BRIDGE. Head down and past some boulders to a picnic area on the riverbank."