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This is one of Tennessee’s oldest towns, tucked away in the foothills of the Cumberland Mountains. It’s easy to see that the original Avery’s Trace (see box on page 23) travelers found this area one of the most difficult to travel but also one of the most beautiful, earning it the nickname “The Switzerland of the Upper Cumberland.” It’s home to the annual Poke Sallet Festival, celebrating the native poke weed plant.

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Discover Tennessee Trails & Byways
Three statewide and 16 regional trails run through your favorite Tennessee destinations. The best part is you can decide when and where you want to travel. Discover more »

Ring of Fire
Travel from Nashville across the beautiful Cumberland Plateau. From early settlers and Civil War soldiers to the Bell Witch, Ring of Fire delivers the unforgettable. Learn about this trail »