Maryville/Alcoa/Blou­nt County Greenway Loop

We will meet at the Blount County Library, Maryville and walk a loop on the Mayville/Alcoa/Blount County Greeways. Total distance will be around 7 miles. This will be entirely on paved surfaces. Bring some water, snacks.

See Map 3 on the distance map located at " Trail Distance Map.pdf" for the loop going from the Library to Springbrook Park and back.

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  • Pat S.

    absolutely beautiful!

    October 21

  • Wilfred P.

    We can discuss a different start time for walks. As far as a Honey Creek hike the Harvey Broome Group Sierra Club has one scheduled for 16 Nov (Sat). Day Hike, Honey Creek, Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. This is a rather difficult 5.6 mile loop trail. ... The trail includes a number of waterfalls, a spectacular rockhouse, and one of the best views from an overlook 250 feet above the South Fork of the Cumberland River. Quite simply it is one of the best trails on the Cumberland Plateau. The hike is difficult and requires about 5 to 7 hours to complete depending on how much time is spent enjoying the trail. Rated moderate to difficult. The driving distance is about 75 miles from West Knoxville. Preregister with BJ and Bob Perlack: [masked]; 229-5027.

    October 20

  • Pat S.

    Gerry - I'm a cold weather woman. Having said that, I have this burning desire to hike Honey Creek in the Big South Fork. Our government took away a recent opportunity, so I'd like to make my own opportunity. Anyone else out there interested? Tuesday is a great day for me.

    October 20

  • GERRY A.

    the warmest time and lowest humidity time of day going into the cool season is now between 11 and 5. are there any thoughts about scheduling walks-hikes during that time of day.

    October 20

  • Pat S.

    Is there anyone who would ride down with me & help a bit with the gas? I'm near West Town Mall. And...I do not know where is the library. Thanks.

    October 17

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