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Lady Finger Bluff Trail

Lady's Bluff Trail is a TVA managed trail that is also a National Recreation Trail located near the Kentucky Lake.

photo: View from Lady Finger Bluff overlook https://www.facebook.com/nashvillehiking. Photo by Nashville Hiking.

Length: 2.70 miles
Loop Trail? Yes
Type: Backcountry
Agency: Other Federal
Entry Fee? No
Parking Fee? No

Allowed Uses:

Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running

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Location: north of US Highway 412 along east side of Tennessee Lake.
State(s): Tennessee
Counties: Perry
Longitude: -88.01801
Latitude: 35.68758

Driving Directions

N of US 412 along E side of Tennessee Lake

Description

The trail follows the shoreline of the Lick Creek embayment to emerge on high bluffs that offer a spectacular view of Kentucky Reservoir. Features include ancient cedar trees, limestone outcroppings, streams, upland hardwood forests, and a fine vantage point from which to observe migrating waterfowl at the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge on the opposite shore.

Additional Details

Primary Surface: Soil
Secondary Surface: None
Elevation Low Point: Not Available
Elevation High Point: Not Available
Elevation Gain (cumulative): Not Available

Year Designated:
1977

Supporting Webpages and Documents

Map: Lady's Bluff Trail - Kentucky Reservoir
Website: Tennessee Valley Authority

Contact Information

For more information and current conditions, contact the trail manager (listed below). For questions, suggestions, and corrections to information listed on the website, contact American Trails.

Trail management:
Tennessee Valley Authority
Forestry Building
Norris , TN 37828

 

Photos

View from Lady Finger Bluff overlook https://www.facebook.com/nashvillehiking. Photo by Nashville Hiking.

View from Lady Finger Bluff overlook https://www.facebook.com/nashvillehiking. Photo by Nashville Hiking.

Reviews

September 19, 2018

We got to the trail sign about 9 am. We saw one blue trail marker on a tree near the sign. That was the only one to be seen but we followed the trail of trash up to the first set of steps. Wandered off the trail as there wasn't any markers of any kind to be seen. With twists and turns a short hike turned in to something more. When we finally made it up to the bluff. We didn't get to see much as there was a crowd of people on one and someone was cooking on the other it looked like they were camping . We did find a quiet area to sit and rest before starting back. There was a trail marker that led off to one side and we followed that until we realized that if was the wrong way but it was marked. .. If we go again we will take a larger trash bag to carry out the trash.

September 23, 2018

 

 

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