Keith Stelter has been hiking, writing and taking photographs for 40 years. He is the Hiking Editor-Texas, for radio/magazine, "Great American Outdoor Trails," a radio show with a listening audience of 4.5 million. The program devotes 15 minute segments to hiking in Texas, and its Podcasts, along with a weekly web-based newsletter, are read by over 100,000 subscribers. Keith has also made numerous guest appearances on radio talk shows throughout Texas. Keith is also the Executive Director of the Texas Outdoor Writers Association (TOWA); and a member of the Outdoor Writers Association of America (OWAA); Texas Master Naturalists; North American Nature Photographers Association (NANPA); and American Trails Association. His articles and photographs have been featured on several web-sites including, "Travel with a Challenge" and "Trips and Journeys." Keith is a columnist for the HCN newspaper group, which serves the greater Houston area and has a total circulation of 745,000 readers. He is also the author of Best Hikes Near Austin and San Antonio, FalconGuides, 2008.
Best Easy Day Hikes Nashvilleby Keith Stelter
to lake and river views to quiet country woods—including the Brentwood and Murfreesboro Greenways, and Cedars of Lebanon, Long Hunter, and Henry Horton State/i>
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Best Easy Day Hikes Nashville includes concise descriptions and detailed maps for twenty easy-to-follow hikes in Nashville and environs. Discover everything from hidden downtown solitude
to lake and river views to quiet country woods—including the Brentwood and Murfreesboro Greenways, and Cedars of Lebanon, Long Hunter, and Henry Horton State Parks. Look inside for:
• Casual hikes to three-hour adventures
• Hikes for everyone, including families
• Mile-by-mile directions and clear trail maps
• Trail Finder for best hikes for families, water lovers, history lovers, birders, and dogs
• GPS coordinates
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Great book for when I visited the area and wanted to do some hiking. It gives detailed descriptions and is small enough to carry around!