Introduction to Hiking the Cumberland Plateau program set Aug. 27, 2016

Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area will be presenting a ranger talk about several popular and easy hiking trails in and around the Cumberland Plateau. This informative program is being held at the Crossville-Cumberland County Visitor Center, Gateway to the Big South Fork, on Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. at 11 a.m. (Central Time).

With the fall season fast approaching bringing cooler weather and the change of colors, this indoor presentation is designed to acquaint visitors to many of the beautiful local hiking locations on the Cumberland Plateau. This program is a great opportunity for those who want to get out and experience the outdoors but don’t know where to start, as well as those who can’t get out but would still enjoy experiencing a virtual tour of these scenic nature trails.

The program is free of charge and accessible. Everyone is welcome. Children should be accompanied by an adult. For directions or additional information, please call the Crossville Visitor Center at (931) 787-1755 or Bandy Creek Visitor Center at (423) 286-7275.

The Crossville-Cumberland County Visitor Center, Gateway to the Big South Fork, is located at 176 River Otter Dr. in Crossville, TN. It is located just north of I-40 off Genesis Road ( across from Stone Memorial High School).

 

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