Jefferson Memorial Forest Trail Guide: Scott's Gap Trail

We hiked Scott’s Gap Trail on Saturday, November 4th, the last day of Daylight Savings Time. The temperature was 70 degrees, and the Fall colors, such that they were this year, blazed at their peak intensity. It was a perfect day to get out, and this trail, just 15 or 20 minutes from downtown Louisville, was perfect place for a short hike.

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Directions to the trailhead:
1. To get to the trailhead, we took the Gene Snyder Freeway west, from I-65, to exit 3, Stonestreet Road
2. At the bottom of the ramp, turn Left on Stonestreet Road.
3. At 0.64 miles, go straight at the intersection with Blevins Gap Road. Stonestreet Road becomes Blevins Gap Road at this point.
4. At 2.8 miles, turn Left on Scott’s Gap Road
5. At 3.71 miles, turn Right into the Scott’s Gap parking lot. You’ll notice the trail heading past a kiosk and a few picnic tables.

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Spark – music by Dyalla Swain

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