News & Events

Directions to the Head of Sequatchie from Chattanooga:

Take US North to Highway 111, Keep left to take 111 North toward Dunlap, go 17 miles, Turn right onto us 127 north toward pikeville, go 31.6 miles take a right onto Lowe’s gap road, go 0.8 take a left onto old 28 go app there is a sharp curve at .7 stay left, it is app 4.4 miles to the turn into the Hos from when you take a left onto old 28.

Upcoming Events:

The Head of Sequatchie will be open November 25th from 8:00 to 5:00.

May 14, 2011, 10:00 am until 3:00 pm Central Time, Archeology Day in the Valley

April 9, 2011, 6:00am, Turkey Hike and at 9:00am Wild Flower Hike with Anthony Jones and Ken Mathews.

March 8, 2011 – 7pm, Owl Prowl with Anthony Jones.

February 26, 2011, 10am, The Head of Sequatchie will be open for a Nature Hike. Hike to the cave or join Ranger Jones for a guided hike off trail through the back woods of the head of Sequatchie

January 23, 2011 – 11:00am, CT story telling with Lindall Agee, and Charlie Orme with chilli and home made Ice cream

All times are Eastern Time unless otherwise noted

Cumberland Trail Radio Show, WDVX, every Sunday, 8:30pm


February 09 Newsletter


        Historic Stone Fence Survey completed at Head of Sequatchie – View Survey Report

       The Cumberland Trail and Park Manager Bob Fulcher honored at the 20th American Trails Symposium

       Alliance for the Cumberlands Completed Feasibility  

      Study for the Cumberland Plateau as a  National Heritage Corridor.

TPL Purchases 1,388 Acres For Trail

      A Walk In The Park, Through Snow, Ice, and History: The Cumberland Trail

     Lyndhurst Grant Awarded to The Friends of the Cumberland Trail

    The Triple Crown of Bouldering Donates more than $6,000 to ‘Friends’

    New Report Calls for Continued Cave Closures

Board Member Honored

Tennessee Caves Closed

Previous Events:

Triple Crown LRC -StoneFort Bouldering Competition 10/3/10

 Third Thursday Street Festival – October 21, 2010

Fall Foliage – October 30, 2010

Family Fun Day at the Head of Sequatchie – September 4, 2010

A Generous Thanks to the Plateau Chapter of the TTA

Tennessee River Rescue October 2nd 2010

The People of Devil Step Cave – June 12, 2010

Big Day at Head of Sequatchie – May 8, 2010

Wild Turkeys and Wild Flowers – April 3, 2010

Night Hike and Owl Prowl – March 19, 2010

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