Tour De Wolf Trail

Memphis, TN
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Tour De Wolf is located in Memphis, Tennessee inside of Shelby Farms National Park. The trail is rated as easy to moderate and offers a number of activities such as hiking, mountain biking, trail running, or fishing and kayaking in one of the many lakes along the trail.

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Nice little trail. As others have said, it's not a difficult area. Nice to have that so close to the city. The wife and I saw about 6 deer moving along together today as we stopped to eat a snack and enjoy the quiet.

Was a little muddy after the heavy rains earlier in the week.

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This is not at all a tough trail (it's very flat), but is a nice thing to have in the Memphis city limits. This six-mile loop is really meant for biking, but is great for hiking too. Winding by lakes and other strange things such as old rusted-out cars, it's a great one if you live in the city and don't have time to get somewhere else.

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4 Completed 5 Reviews

Great trail to run in the morning when it's nice outside. It was dry, so in the grass there were a lot of bugs, but nothing that bothers you. Overall great trail without many obstacles. I'd recommend it for someone starting out but could handle the 6-7 mile walk.

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It is a good mountain biking trail. It is now rutted up bad.

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21 Completed 8 Reviews

I've hiked and biked this trail for many years. Enjoyable either way. Mostly bikers. On backside of trail when you get right behind that self storage place, look off the trail for the headstone of the couple who first settled the land. After that you'll also find a couple rusted out cars from the fifties off the trail. Happy trails!

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