Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail

Tennessee


On the Trail
Uploaded: 11/5/2016
Lat: 36.31272 Long: -87.15102
Path and Tressle
Uploaded: 11/5/2016
Lat: 36.30704 Long: -87.13024
Uploaded: 9/19/2016
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Uploaded: 9/19/2016
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Uploaded: 8/15/2016
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Beautiful day biking on the Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail in Ashland City, TN.
Uploaded: 5/23/2016
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Uploaded: 7/3/2015
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Uploaded: 6/14/2015
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Uploaded: 6/6/2015
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Uploaded: 6/6/2015
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Uploaded: 6/6/2015
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Here Quiche is enjoying a break on the gravel portion of the trail. If you have anything other than a road bike I recommend you ride the trail all the way. It is gravel, but it was smooth enough for my fat-tired recumbent trike pulling a dog trailer!
Uploaded: 5/27/2015
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Started seeing bunches of holes and hearing knocking off in the woods. Rewarded with a flyby directly in front of our bikes. Able to observe with binos for a good 10m.
Uploaded: 1/29/2013
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One of the many bridges
Uploaded: 8/27/2012
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One of the many bridges you go over on the trail.
Uploaded: 8/27/2012
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algae covered water
Uploaded: 8/27/2012
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One of the first things you pass on the trail.
Uploaded: 8/27/2012
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Picture from the old rail trestle on CRT
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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Great views of the river from this old trestle!
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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This is a steep hill at Eagle Pass where the crushed gravel begins for about 2.25 miles
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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These looked,at first glance,like petrified railroad ties!
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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Baech at the dam site campground.
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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Going back south away from Cheatham Dam area.
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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Camping area along the river near Chaetham Dam
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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Lock A Campground site near the dam.
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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The other end of the lock and dam.
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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Looking north at Chaetham dam with boat lock in forefront.
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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Muddy Cumberland River from trestle
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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Jean is headed north on the trail. It was cool and early on June 14th morn!
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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Deep gully where there used to be a trestle. Walk bikes here!
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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Another view of Cumberland river from trestle
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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A portion of Cumberland River form trestle
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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Rock wall almost the whole way of the trail.
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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Jean preparing for ride on Cumberland River Bi-centennial Trail
Uploaded: 6/16/2012
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Uploaded: 4/23/2012
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Uploaded: 4/23/2012
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Near North/West end of trail
Uploaded: 11/12/2011
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Near Eagle Pass Trailhead
Uploaded: 11/12/2011
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Sycamore Creek Trestle from North/West
Uploaded: 11/12/2011
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Sycamore Creek Trestle
Uploaded: 11/12/2011
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Approach from the South/East
Uploaded: 11/12/2011
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Uploaded: 11/12/2011
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Just north of Marks Creek
Uploaded: 11/12/2011
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Marks Creek Trailhead
Uploaded: 11/12/2011
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Uploaded: 11/10/2011
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Approaching the trestle.
Uploaded: 11/10/2011
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Uploaded: 11/10/2011
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Uploaded: 11/10/2011
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I think a troll lives here.
Uploaded: 11/10/2011
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Uploaded: 4/9/2009
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Uploaded: 7/4/2002
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Uploaded: 7/4/2002
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