The Cumberland Trail State Park in
Tennessee is a partially complete hiking trail that will be just over 300 miles
long. Secondary and spur trails will bring that total up to 370 miles.
Currently there are about 145 miles of trail complete. However, this
is not a continuous section of trail but various sections spread out
along the entire 300 mile long trail.
Cumberland Trail at Black Mountain
|The Cumberland Trail was
designated a State Scenic Trail in 1971 and a Tennessee State Park in
1998. The southern end of the trail is in Signal Point National
Historic Park near Chattanooga Tennessee and the northern terminus is
the Cumberland Gap National Military Park on the Kentucky/Virginia
|The following table is a segment length
list according to the Cumberland Trail Conference. I'm not sure why
the totals do not match what the trail is supposed to be when complete.