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Cumberland Trails Conference


The Cumberland Trails Conference (CTC) is an independent, membership based 501(c) (3) nonprofit corporation. Created in early 1997, the mission of the Cumberland Trails Conference is to build, acquire funding for, and promote the Cumberland Trail, under the auspices of the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC). In addition to hiking, the Cumberland Trail helps to preserve the historical and cultural heritage of Tennessee, conserve natural resources, provide educational and recreational opportunities, and connect local communities. The Cumberland Trails Conference achieves its mission through the efforts of volunteers, and from financial support from membership fees, grants and donations from various foundations, state and federal grants, and tax-deductible donations from individuals.

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Recommended Routes: 1

9.3 mi 14.9 km Laurel Falls and Buzzard Point
Intermediate/Difficult
Dayton, TN
Intermediate/Difficult
Dayton, TN
Unknown
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Trails: 3

4.9 mi 7.8 km Richland Creek Trail
Intermediate/Difficult
Dayton, TN
Intermediate/Difficult
Dayton, TN
Unknown
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2.4 mi 3.8 km Cumberland Trail: North Chickamauga Creek Segment
Intermediate/Difficult
Soddy-Daisy, TN
Intermediate/Difficult
Soddy-Daisy, TN
Unknown
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0.7 mi 1.1 km Laurel Falls Trail
Intermediate/Difficult
Dayton, TN
Intermediate/Difficult
Dayton, TN
All Clear
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Dry
26 days ago