Mossy Ridge Trail
A 4.5 mile loop, blazed red and rated moderate. The trail winds up and down wooded hills and hollows, crosses several springs and open meadows, and offers hikers an opportunity to see the wide variety of plants and animals found in Percy Warner Park.
DEEP WELL OR CHICKERING ROADTrailHEAD
Warner Woods Trail
A 2.5 mile loop, blazed white and rated moderate. This trail traverses ridges and valleys through the interior sections of Percy Warner Park. Climbing Farrell Road and walking through the “Buggy Bottoms”, this trail also offers hikers an opportunity to experience a breathtaking view of downtown from Luke Lea Heights, in addition to Bellemeade Boulevard from the top of the historic Allee steps.
Bellemeade Entrance or Deep WellTrailHEAD
The Natchez Trace is an ancient path first used by Native Americans and, later, early European and American explorers and traders to travel between what is now Nashville and Natchez, MS. You can follow this path along portions of the Cane Connector and Harpeth Woods trails in Edwin Warner Park.
Edwin Warner & Percy Warner
The 5.8 and 11.2
The 5.8 and 11.2 are two beautiful paved loops that weave through Percy Warner Park - winding up hills, around mossy ridges, and through the heart of this beloved park. Now closed to vehicle traffic, these roadways are popular with walkers, runners and cyclists alike while providing stroller-friendly accessibility. Signs clearly designate when to take the interior 5.8 mile loop or opt for the wider 11.2 mile route. Take the short spur that marks Luke Lea Heights for the best overlook of Downtown Nashville!
5.8 Miles or 11.2 miles
Deep Well, Belle Meade, or Chickering road
The iconic Allee Steps at the Belle Meade Entrance to Percy Warner Park are encircled by a 1.6 mile paved loop, also closed to vehicle traffic. Pause at the top for a picturesque view of Belle Meade Boulevard and beyond.