Head of Sequatchie 2017 Open Days

The Cumberland Trail State Scenic Trail has announced 2017 open dates for the Head of Sequatchie, site of some of the most beautiful hidden treasures of the Cumberland Trail. To read more about how you can enjoy the Head of Sequatchie, visit this page of FAQs.

  • January 21st
  • February 18th
  • March 18th
  • April 15th
  • May 20th
  • June 17th
  • July 15th
  • August 19th
  • September 9th
  • October 21st
  • November 18th
  • December 16th

Because of spotty reception in the area, relying on cellphone GPS to find the Head of Sequatchie is not recommended. See this link for thorough driving directions, as well as a map created by GIS specialist, Ranger Jim Brannon.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

10 Responses to Head of Sequatchie 2017 Open Days

  1. Do I need to get on a list to go and visit the Head of Sequatchie site.

    Little info about me. I’m Easter Band of Cherokee Indian Tribal member. Roll # 12984.
    The last five years I have been going to visit site’s of my native people.

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  3. The link above for thorough driving directions and the map actually goes to a Page Not Found/404 error.

    We would like to come, but I am struggling to find an effective way to map it. The OpenStreet maps option (which I found via another page) doesn’t work correctly for me, either.

  4. None of the map/directions links on this page and the FAQ page work.

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  6. Are leashed dogs allowed on the hiking trail?

    • Friends of the Cumberland Trail

      Yes! Proper leashing is required, and be prepared to clean up after your pet. We welcome dogs on the trail!

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