Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park

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**TRAIL ALERTS (UPDATED 08-22-2017)**

Please exercise extreme caution while enjoying creek areas, including waterfalls, at this time. Water levels may change suddenly, running high and moving fast in many areas and posing increased safety risk.

Maps and hiking planning info are available at www.cumberlandtrail.guide.

All Counties: All caves on lands managed by the Cumberland Trail State Scenic Trail are closed to the public at this time due to White Nose Syndrome.

Activities

Rock Climbing

Cumberland Trail State Park offers climbing at Black Mountain, Deep Creek and Laurel Snow. Please read all the information prior to your visit.

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Hiking

Cumberland Mountain Segment — 11.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Difficult
New River Segment — 40.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Frozen Head Segment — 20.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Obed Wild and Scenic River Segment — 15.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Difficult
Grassy Cove Segment — 12.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Stinging Fork Segment — 3.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Piney River Segment — 8.5 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Laurel-Snow Segment — 9.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Rock Creek Section — 9.6 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Possum Creek Section — 9.5 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
North Chickamauga Segment — 7.2 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Tennessee River Gorge Segment — 32.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate