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Sheltowee Trail

KY
+1 606-663-2853
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Something for everyone

Hint #1: This trail is over 250 miles long, but there are tons of trail heads where you can start... read more

Reviewed 29 November 2017
grzzz
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Elk Grove Village, Illinois
rugged hiking

We started at the Northern Terminus to the trail just off Cranston Rd. north of Morehead, KY... read more

Reviewed 14 November 2016
Brian H
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Columbus, Indiana
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This 254-mile trail through the Appalachian foothills is historically attached to Daniel Boone.
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29 Nov 2017
“Something for everyone”
13 Nov 2016
“rugged hiking”
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Reviewed 29 November 2017

Hint #1: This trail is over 250 miles long, but there are tons of trail heads where you can start and stop. There are quite a few sites to see along the way. Hint #2: It seems unusually challenging getting good trail info on the...More

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Reviewed 14 November 2016

We started at the Northern Terminus to the trail just off Cranston Rd. north of Morehead, KY. There is flat ground for primitive camping at the road pull off but don't expect any amenities outside of free parking. -- The trail is very well marked...More

Thank Brian H
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Reviewed 26 July 2013

I have hiked portions of this trail in the Red River Gorge area and in the Big South Fork area. It is a splendid trail that takes you away from civilization. Well marked but under utilized, this trail is a Kentucky treasure. Cool thing about...More

1  Thank Patrick K
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