The Continuing Adventures of Eric and Noelle
Friday, September 19, 2008
Pickett State Park: Hidden Passage Loop
Well today I got in my first long hike in a long time. I had planned to hike the Hidden Passage Loop trail which according to my guide book is just over 8 miles long. It was a great hike past arches,
along cliffs, near waterfalls,
and with some nice views. I made two side trips: to Double Falls
and an old railroad tunnel.
It felt so good to be out on the trail again. After my Hidden Passage hike, I got in the car and drove to Cordell Hull State Historic Park near the Tennessee/Kentucky border.
There is a great, short hike to the interesting Bunkum Cave entrance there.
There are also some great artifacts associated with Cordell Hull (Secretary of State under F.D.R.) on display in the museum. A nice out-of-the-way place to visit.
Eric, Noelle and Sierra Grunwald
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Pickett State Park, 4605 Pickett Park Hwy, Jamestown, TN 38556, USA
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