The Duskin Branch Trailhead is closed to parking. The Trailhead is on a private road used primarily by log trucks and hunting lease holders managed by the owner. The owners have not previously posted against use of the road, but a bridge was washed out in the recent rainstorms, and the road to Duskin Branch Trailhead is impassable.
Hikers should use the Newby Camp trailhead parking area. This will add almost 1 mile to the day hike along Duskin Creek and Piney Creek.
For driving directions to the Head of Sequatchie: Bing Maps
We are very grateful to Margaret and Gary Hamilton of Chattanooga for capturing and sharing these beautiful photos of the Cumberland Trail Suite event that took place on the evening of March 22nd. Enjoy!
The Friends of the Cumberland Trail organization is sponsoring this gathering of wildflower enthusiasts, gardeners, botanist, ecologist, and public land managers to expand the work of the Cumberland Seeds Project.
Magnificent Seeds Conference
Mark your calendars for a special benefit concert, hosted by Grammy Award winners Tim O’Brien, and Rhiannon Giddens (of the Carolina Chocolate Drops). The concert takes place at the historic Tivoli Theater in downtown Chattanooga and features stunning musical performances and spoken word from a variety of Cumberland Plateau musicians.
General Admission is $20; VIP Ticket Package is $100, supports the Cumberland Trail and includes a gala reception and up front seating Tickets may be purchased in advance by calling 423-757-5050. Tickets may also be purchased online by clicking here.
Friday March 22, 2013
Tivoli Theater – Downtown Chattanooga
Exhibits open at 6:30pm
Concert: 7:30 – 10:00pm
More details coming soon.
Map to the Tivoli Theater
Biographies of the Musical Performers
Purchase your tickets here
A temporary structure crossing Deep Creek is not open for public use. Do not cross the creek on this bridge. Water may be too high for a creek crossing, requiring hikers to backtrack. A permanent bridge is planned for construction at this site.
It’s that time again! Join us tonight for a classic episode of The Cumberland Trail on WDVX!
Shackleford Ridge County Park can be a bit tricky to find if you’re not familiar with Signal Mountain, Tennessee. Here are a few maps to help you find your way:
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