Cybele & Jeff's Guidebook

Cybele & Jeff
Cybele & Jeff
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Cybele & Jeff

Cybele & Jeff's Guidebook

Hiking
Sitton’s Gulch is a part of Cloudland Canyon State Park but its Trailhead. Just go down the mountain toward Trenton. At the stop sign, turn L & go to the 2nd L. Then just follow signs. That trail will take you to the waterfalls in a little over 2 miles. You do have to climb some steps, but it’s an easy walk—mostly downhill—all the way back.
For a 2-4 hour adventure: Sittons Gulch Trail follows a delightful creek and will lead you to several waterfalls in a little over 2 miles. Alternatively, you can stop at the first bridge and turn around. Sitton’s Gulch Trail is a part of Cloudland State Park but its trailhead is in Trenton. Just go down the mountain toward Trenton. At the stop sign, turn L & go to the 2nd L. Then just follow signs. If you’re feeling strong and want to see the waterfalls, in 2 miles you’ll reach the steps & boardwalks that take you there. You do have to climb some steps, but it’s an easy walk back mostly downhill.
Sitton's Gulch Trailhead
741 Canyon Park Drive
For a 2-4 hour adventure: Sittons Gulch Trail follows a delightful creek and will lead you to several waterfalls in a little over 2 miles. Alternatively, you can stop at the first bridge and turn around. Sitton’s Gulch Trail is a part of Cloudland State Park but its trailhead is in Trenton. Just go down the mountain toward Trenton. At the stop sign, turn L & go to the 2nd L. Then just follow signs. If you’re feeling strong and want to see the waterfalls, in 2 miles you’ll reach the steps & boardwalks that take you there. You do have to climb some steps, but it’s an easy walk back mostly downhill.
The thing about this hike is when you cross a bridge, look for a little trail off to the right. It will get rocky, but will take you to a neat waterfall. It’s a very short trail, but very rewarding. The trailhead is on the right on your way down to St. Elmo/ Chattanooga. You cross the state line, pass where Ochs Highway comes on, go around the big hairpin turn, & it’s on the right before you get to Saunders Rd. The waterfall is actually below in that hairpin turn.
Glen Falls Trailhead
The thing about this hike is when you cross a bridge, look for a little trail off to the right. It will get rocky, but will take you to a neat waterfall. It’s a very short trail, but very rewarding. The trailhead is on the right on your way down to St. Elmo/ Chattanooga. You cross the state line, pass where Ochs Highway comes on, go around the big hairpin turn, & it’s on the right before you get to Saunders Rd. The waterfall is actually below in that hairpin turn.
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Cloudland Canyon State Park
122 Cloudland Canyon Park Road
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19 min drive towards St. Elmo/Chattanooga
Guild Trail
19 min drive towards St. Elmo/Chattanooga
Nice and close - behind Covenant College, 10 min drive
Ochs Gateway Trailhead
407 Frontier Bluff Road
Nice and close - behind Covenant College, 10 min drive