Lilly's Bluff Trail is a 4.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Lancing, TN that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and camping and is accessible year-round.
Hiked during fall. Views and color where great.
I did the Bridge Trail while visiting this area. A very short trail, but great views of the Obed and Emory River!
A great hike with beautiful overlooks. The Bridge Trail from the bridge to overlooks is very difficult but short, only 1/2 mile or so. Point trail is great, moderate difficulty approx. 3.8miles round trip. It starts at the top by the overlook area. You can park at the bridge or drive to the top/overlook area. When on the Point Trail pay attention after you cross the wooden bridge. The trail splits and you need to go Right and climb a few rocks. There is a white arrow on a tree but can easily be missed. If you go to the left the trail goes about a mile or so and just ends (no point/overlook). The overlooks off the Point Trail are beautiful. Hope you enjoy!
Great hike, the only hard part of the 2.5 miles is the first .25 miles from the bridge to the overlook, you can park up by the overlook and start your hike from there. The trail is an in and out trek,close to the end of the trail are several beautiful overlooks. We took this hike in the prime of the fall colors, can't wait to do it again.