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Elkmont Rails-to-Trail

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A rails to trail project that goes north and south from the Elkmont town square. The northern part is about 5 miles to the town of Veto at the Tenn. state line. Side roads are used for the last part of the trail at Veto. The south trail goes about 2 miles. This trail is also used by horses.
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Latitude
34.93548199355901
Longitude
-86.98562622070312
Trail Directions
From US-72, go north on Jefferson St., 2.1 miles. This turns into highway 127, go about 7.7 mi. Turn right on Upper Fort Hampton Road and go about .7 mi. to the town hall and the trailhead.
Trail Length
7 Miles
Trail Level
Beginner
Trail Type
Fire Roads
City/County
Elkmont
Zip/Postal Code
35620
Country
USA
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Review Date
April 25, 2011

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 2 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 1 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Every few months

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Reviewed by: mkolb ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
Trail has a lot of shade and water. At some spots small creeks filled with fossils run on both sides of the trail. There is also a pretty swamp area, a covered bridge with a knee-deep creek, and rolling hills and cattle to see. Lots of fun for a family.

Recommended Route:
The longer trail to the left has the small creeks, fossils and the swamp. The shorter trail to the right has the covered bridge. Do them both and picnic at the covered bridge.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Similar bike trail in Athens (in front of Lowe's). Nice large creek runs beside the trail. Lots of shade. Trail goes to a small covered bridge, and has an archery park and picnic tables at Athens High school.



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