Tri-State Peak Trail is a 2.3 mile out and back trail located near Cumberland Gap, TN and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round.
Nice hike to the place TN, KY and VA intersect
Nice hike to an unusual place.
Great hike if you are looking for a quick one. There is a small climb for the last little bit (~0.2-0.3 miles) but still would say one of the easier ones in the park.
Me and my dog hiked this trail starting at the Iron Furnace in Cumberland Gap, TN. Pretty easy trail. Gets a little steep toward the end, but it pays off with a nice view of Middlesboro, KY. There's a guestbook to sign and a little pavilion commemorating where KY, TN, and VA all meet. Would recommend!
great trail, amazing view
Good trail, scenic.
My family and I LOVED this! The hike wasn't hard and with the shade tress and berries along the way we hardly noticed the heat. A little dip in the falls made it fun.
Have hiked this trail several times. Beautiful view at the top where you can stand in TN, VA, and KY at one time. Well maintained trail. Saw a deer the last time I was there.
love the view
love the view at the top
The view up top is really neat and totally worth the rough trek uphill. Be warned though, it's a struggle if you're not in shape. You'll be huffing and puffing before you get to the top!
good short hike. will do again
Easy, light Hike - Have done this several times when working in Lee Co., VA. Its a nice hike to bring people on that are inexperienced, out of shape :), or want a quick awesome view.
Pretty good trail for family and kids. Uphill, but it's all gravel and well taken care of. It was a rainy day when we went, but it still worked out well. Went down to Pineapple Tea Room afterwards... Highly recommend.
Me and my brothers went for a quick hike today and selected this trail. Very easy hike but some awesome picture opportunities. If you are looking for a good spot to trail run I'd recommend this one.
It was an easy hike with the dog. The area is rich in history and it was pretty cool to be in 3 states at the same time.
Nice, well-maintained trail. There is a footbridge that crosses a stream just above a waterfall if you begin from the Daniel Boone parking area. We enjoyed spotting wildflowers along the trail.