On Friday, Sept. 15, the Fairfield Glade (FG) Hikers will do two hikes for the 2017 Cumberland County Hiking Marathon. The first hike is the three-mile Windlass Cave Trail which is rated moderate. This is an in and out hike on the Black Mountain Trail that gains in elevation to the Windlass Cave and then descends to the trailhead. The second hike is the Pioneer Short Trail in Cumberland Mountain State Park. This is a moderate 2.1 mile hike around Byrd Creek.
The Sept. 8 hike will include three trails, all parts of the 2017 Cumberland County Hiking Marathon taking place this month.The Woodlawn Loop is a brand new trail located between Woodlawn Rd. and the Little Obed River in Crossville. It is 1.2 miles and rated easy.The second trail we'll be hiking is the Centennial Park Hike in Crossville on Industrial Blvd. It is a paved trail of 1.5 miles in length and also rated easy.
On Friday, September 1, the Fairfield Glade Hikers will do two hikes for the 2017 Cumberland County Hiking Marathon. The first hike is Soldiers’ Beach in Crossville Meadow Park. This is an easy 1.7-mile hike on a pretty trail to view the Meadow Park Lake. It is a relatively level trail with a few uphill sections. Then the group will travel to Pleasant Hill to hike around Lake Alice in the Uplands Village. This 1.5-mile hike affords many views of the lake.
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