cumberland gap national historic park Trails

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Cumberland Gap National Historic Park / Wilderness Road State Park :: Ewing, VA

There is a Wilderness Road State Park that is 5 miles away from the Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, which has the Wilderness Campground. The names are very close, but the amenities are different. Wilderness Road State Park offers primitive cam

Cumberland Gap National Historical Park :: Lexington, VA

Cumberland Gap National Historical Park comprises parts of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia. It is located at the gap of Cumberland Mountain, which creates a V-shaped path through the mountain. The Cumberland Gap’s history and scenic wonder draw tho

Gibson Gap :: Middlesboro, KY

Impressive views of the surrounding mountains in Kentucky,Tennessee, and Virginia are the highlight of this walk in Cumberland Gap National Historical Park. Much of the hike is on the ridgeline atop Cumberland Mountain. On the way up and down, there

Wilderness Road Campground :: Ewing, KY

Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, situated where Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia meet, is one of the South’s hidden jewels. Explore Cumberland Gap’s rich human history via 50 miles of hiking trails.

Hensley Settlement :: Middlesboro, KY

An abandoned Appalachian settlement on the top of Brush Mountain is the destination for this steep climb up a narrow gravel road that follows Shillalah Creek partway and passes several attractive limestone formations. Explore the settlement and the

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Trail :: Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park, MD

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Cumberland, Maryland. It is within Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park. It is 15.6 miles long and begins at 607 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 31.2 miles with

Cumberland Gap :: Middlesboro, VA

Talk about historic hikes! This trek, at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, traces the route used by man and beast for millennia, working their way from the East into what became Kentucky. Made famous by Daniel Boone, the passage through Cumber

Hensley Settlement :: Middlesboro, VA

This hike at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park climbs Cumberland Mountain on the old Chadwell Gap Trail to reach a preserved mountaintop community. Once the home of Sherman Hensley and his descendants, the remote inhabitation existed in isolati

Cumberland Gap: On the Trail of Daniel Boone :: Bristol, VA

This 100-mile drive follows the Wilderness Trail hacked out by Daniel Boone in 1775 through southwest Virginia to the narrow mountain pass at Cumberland Gap where Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky converge. Most of the drive is through small, mostly