Trails Near Cumberland Gap National Historical Park - Bell County, KY

Coordinate

Latitude: 36.64536
Longitude: -83.56019

Nearest City
Middlesboro, VA (1.6 miles away)

Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, a park located in Bell County, Kentucky. Topo map of lat 36.6454 and long -83.5602. Topo maps, latitude and longitude coordinates, and address for Cumberland Gap National Historical Park.


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  • Hensley Settlement
    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 Hensle…

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  • Wilderness Road Campground
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  • Pinnacle Overlook
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  • Cumberland Gap
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Cumberland Gap National Historical Park Photos

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