Warriors Passage Trail

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#75 von 140 Wegen in

Warriors Passage Trail ist ein 8.5 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Tellico Plains, Tennessee. Er führt durch schönen Wald, vorbei an herrlichen Aussichtspunkten und es gibt oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Die Route ist am besten von März bis Oktober zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 8.5 miles Höhenunterschied: 2,542 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

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Sat Sep 08 2018

This trail needs some major renovations! I have had easier hikes going off trial. At first it doesn't seem so bad then about 7/10 of a mile into it the trail becomes overgrown and has several detours where trees have fallen and no one has cleared the way. Besides all of this there isn't much to look at in the way of scenery. My wife and I hiked in about 1.5 miles and then turned around because it didn't seem to be improving. If you do want to try this trail I would recommend taking a machete to clear your path and lots of bug spray. I sprayed Off before I began and still found four ticks on me. And the gnats where annoying also.

wandern
Sat Jul 14 2018

We hiked Warriors Passage again after two years. The trail is 11 miles, which doesn’t include the 1.6 mile trek over a gravel road to the tower. Wildcat Creek is deep. We took sandals, changed into them, crossed the creek and left them on the other side. They were still there on the return trip and the cold water was wonderful! We saw a bear for the first time on a trail! He was about 25 yards from us. We looked at him and he looked at us, and no more than a minute, he turned and ran into the woods. The trail is really overgrown— lots of scratches. At about mile 3, it looks like a tree has fallen over the trail, and it has, only the trail is a switchback , so you should go to the right uphill to detour and the trail picks up again. It’s tough, the last mile and a half is hard. 872’ in .4 mile, and the total elevation is 2500’. The “burn bald” is pretty hard to navigate, but the trail is there. Altogether, the trail is clearly blazed with three white blazes, two small and a larger center rectangle.

Laufen
Sat Aug 05 2017

Nice trail but poorly marked in some areas, not heavy used or well maintained. Several small creek crossing but could rock hop them all. Some large scat along the trail as well. Not the best for trail running, but still a decent trail.

wandern
Fri Apr 14 2017

Very lovely trail, fairly interpretive as far as markings go, definitely isn't a trail you can follow blindly. We ended up at a creek crossing, too deep to cross so we will have to come back in summer when it's warmer etc. gravel road to trailhead is narrow and bumpy ride, glad I didn't take my car & took the SUV instead!!!

Wed Apr 12 2017

This is a good place for a peaceful walk. the trail is not worn down, like a trails. you have to pay attention to stay on the trail. someone has marked the turns, with ribbon's. I hiked from the old furnace road. to wildcat creek. there is a small campsite at the creek. creek is beautiful.

wandern
Tue Jan 17 2017

The last mile of this trail is strenuous. We saw MULTIPLE scat from bear, and horses also use this trail. I would strongly recommend walking the Lookout Tower Rd the rest of the way up to truly experience the view.

wandern
Sat Sep 10 2016

Great trail. Took my 2 year old son and mom, everyone enjoyed it.

wandern
Sun Jul 31 2016

Most of the trail is great. The last mile is treacherous--uphill without a break.

wandern
Fri Mar 11 2016

a pretty fun trail not a lot of traffic on most parts marked by white blaze, but in field pretty difficult to distiguish the trail

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Thu Dec 28 2017