Horse Trails

Rt. 611 Cumberland Mountain Scenic DriveClintwood, Dickenson County

Rt. 611 Cumberland Mountain Scenic Drive was designated in 2009 as a Virginia Scenic Byway State Rt. 611. Beginning in Clintwood, and winding through the Mountains, you will find several tourism attractions spurring off the route. Birch Knob Tower located in the Jefferson National Forest, Airplane Rock overlook, John Flannagan Dam and Reservoir, Branham Farm, […]
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Hike to the White RocksEwing, Lee County

Thomas Walker Civic Park or Chadwell Gap is where your hike to the White Rocks will begin.  There are picnic tables available, clean restrooms, field for outdoor activities, and a beautiful pavilion that is available for rent for your next event through the Cumberland Gap National Park at Thomas Walker Civic Park. The trailhead that leads to the Sandcave […]
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White Rock StablesEwing, Lee County

White Rocks Stables offers a ‘fun for the whole family’ experience with several locations recommended for riders ranging from novice to the most experienced of horseman. In the near future we hope to offer a wide range of equine related services as well!!! Come experience a journey on horseback through the historical Cumberland Gap National Park to the […]
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Pine Mountain TrailNorton, Wise County

Serious hikers or horseback riders will love this scenic trail which follows the crest of the Cumberland Mountains dividing Virginia and Kentucky. The trail extends 26 miles from Pound Gap to Potter’s Flats in the Breaks Interstate Park. Trailhead parking for horse trailers exists. The trail requires map reading and safety skills. At least 7 […]
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