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Tennessee Road Trail to Iron Furnace

0.7 Miles
Easy
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Trail added on:
September 06, 2017
Updated on:
October 25, 2018

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The Tennessee Road Trail to the Iron Furnace at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park near Cumberland Gap, Virginia is an easy 0.7 mile out-and-back hike from the parking lot up to the Iron Furnace and Wilderness Road Trail and back.

The trail head, shown on the opposite end in the GPS data, starts on the border of Tennessee and Virginia, but technically lies in Virginia. You'll pass the Iron Furnace after about 0.1 or 0.2 miles on the trail (you can't miss it) before heading up a couple of switchbacks to the Wilderness Road Trail.


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Surface Type

Dirt

Season

Summer

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36.600985, -83.669439

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121 '

Total Change
77 '

Ascent
80 '

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0.7 miles
Trail added
September 06, 2017
Updated on
October 25, 2018
0.7 miles
September 02, 2017
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