Devil's Breakfast Table to Nemo Bridge Trail and Cumberland Trail

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Devil's Breakfast Table to Nemo Bridge Trail and Cumberland Trail est un sentier de point à point de 12.5 miles peu fréquenté situé près de Lancing, Tennessee. Le sentier longe une cascade et sa difficulté est difficile et donc seulement recommandé pour les aventuriers expérimentés. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités et sa meilleure utilisation est de mars à septembre.

Distance: 12.5 miles Dénivelé: 2,027 feet Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B



activités en pleine nature




chute d'eau

fleurs sauvages


couvert de végétation

chiens interdits

Overview: Most of the Obed River Section is within the 82,000-acre Catoosa Wildlife Management Area (WMA) located in Cumberland and Morgan Counties, which is managed by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA). The stretch of trail northeast from Devil's Breakfast Table for 8 or so miles was constructed with the help of Morgan County Regional Correctional Facility and CTC volunteers. The remaining trail to Alley Ford was built by CTC, and Breakaway™ college student volunteers. From Alley Ford to Nemo Bridge is within the Obed Wild and Scenic River federal lands managed by the National Park Service, and is sometimes referred to as the "Nemo Bridge Trail." Time Travel Alert: Be aware that the southern trailhead at Devil's Breakfast Table is in Central Time and the Nemo Bridge Trailhead at the north is in Eastern Time. Hikers relying on cell phones to tell time are libel to pick up signals from towers in both time zones. Carry a conventional watch. This section of the Cumberland Trail is rated difficult due to the many climbs in and out of the Daddys Creek and Obed River Gorges. Because of the many rock steps along the section, the trail was given the name "trail of a thousand steps" by a group of spring BreakAway™ students who worked on the trail. Highlights include views from overlooks, rock formations, and swimming holes.

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