Its fall and that is my most favorite season. It means that this is the right time to take out the warm stuff with dark colors and grab your cup of hot coffee. The temperatures in KY are perfect in fall and it is the best time to step out. You can enjoy with your car’s windows down with no need of carrying a bug spray with you.
If you are a resident of Louisville, Kentucky is then witnessing the leaves in the fall season is the most awe-inspiring moment to see. The colors are limitless, mesmerizing and totally vibrant. Hiking is the best way to have a comprehensive experience of the fall season in the town and it also has some really amazing hiking trails. There is a huge variety of the trails and all with something special to offer you. You can choose a specific trail according to your preferences and likings.
Here we will discuss some useful information about the best trails in the metro Louisville area. If you are looking for a hilly, wooded, paved, close to lakes, flat, waterfalls, creeks and that too close to your home then we surely have got something useful for you. The serenity of the places would keep you relaxed and mesmerized at the same time. The following are some of the top trails to witness in Louisville, Kentucky:
- Goose Creek Trail – It is situated in the famous EP Tom Sawyer Park, which is excellent for experiencing the natural beauty if you are running short of time. The hike provides you with a round of 1.5 miles which is mostly flat and tree lined which passes right along the Goose Creek.
- Cull Hollow Trail – It is situated in the Bernheim Forest and it spans at a covered distance of 1.2 miles. It surely wouldn’t be any leisure walk through the dense woods. It has a gradual incline which goes through the awesome Bernheim wood forest. Just along your way, you will witness the hillside, rocky ledges, small waterfalls, large stones and maybe a turkey or a deer on the route as well.
- Cherokee Park Trail – If you are looking for the best trail near your home in Louisville then Cherokee Park is the place for you. It offers several limited size trails that go through the forest area of the park. The trails are situated behind the Hogan’s Fountain and right along the roadside. The scenic side of the trail is exciting to visit, but that offers you with a very flat track.
- Charlestown Park – The trail no. 1 of the Charlestown Park is worth visiting. It spans on 2.2 miles with well paved trails that goes up and down.
- Blackacre Nature Preserve – You can explore many of the meadows and the woodlands throughout the distance that you cover on this beautiful trail. You pet dogs must be left at home as the management of the park doesn’t allow you to be escorted with a dog.
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