When completed, the Laurel-Snow Segment of the Cumberland Trail will travel along the eastern escarpment of the Cumberland Plateau, connecting the watersheds of many creeks and giving the hiker access to waterfalls in any season, as well as a fine show of spring wildflowers.
The segment will comprise four sections douth to north: McGill Creek, Graysville Mountain, Laurel-Snow SNA, and Uplands. As of 2017 the McGill Creek Section is under construction. Also in 2017 the Graysville Mountain RMA Section is nearing completion. It is blazed and offers an in-and-out 18 mile hike (round trip) with several nice overlooks. The Laurel-Snow State Natural Area (SNA) Section contains Tennessee’s first National Recreational Trail and has long been a hiking destination. None of the Uplands section has been constructed, and the route is yet to be determined.
Click on the links below to get detailed trail descriptions.
Uplands Section – Under Development
McGill Creek Section – under construction. In and out from Roaring Creek trailhead available but not blazed as of April 2017.