Mound Bottom Photo Gallery - October, 2012
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Park Ranger Lisa Housholder conducts the Mound Bottom hikes.
View from the west entrance, looking to the east.
The south face of the platform mound, uncut.
The south face of the platform mound after being cleared off with weedeaters.
This mound is south of the platform mound. A trail has been mowed to the top.
More mounds around the plaza area are visible in the center of this photo.
A view of the hills across the Harpeth River, looking east across the plaza.
This wingstem plant is going to seed in early October.
Mound Bottom Maypop, fruit of the passionflower, the state wildflower.
A spiny puffball mushroom at Mound Bottom.
The Mound Bottom trail is pretty even and solid, but part of it is on a slope.
Public access to Mound Bottom is restricted to guided hikes conducted by park rangers.
A view of Mound Bottom from the bluffs across the river. The platform mound is at upper center of the photo.
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