Event Information
Strenuous Day Hike: Fiery Gizzard Trail
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Tracy City, TN
Saturday, Nov 4, 2017 8:30 AM
Enjoy a beautiful hike along a section of the Fierry Gizzard trail.

Cost: FREE for Members and Non-Members
Limited to 15 participants
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This trail is one of the most diverse and beautiful in Tennessee. We will do a large loop only backtracking about ¼ mile. The trail is very rocky in places as we start out and follow the stream for 3.7 miles. We will take this part of the trip at a slow pace as it offers many opportunities for pictures. Then we have 500 foot elevation climb out of the valley to a spectacular overlook called Ravens Point which we will break for lunch. From there we start back on moderate trails at faster pace for the return to the parking lot.  

When: Saturday, November 4th at 8:30am (carpool) 10:00am (trailhead)
Where: Grundy Forest Natural Area
Near Tracy City, TN
Cost: FREE event open to Members and Non-Members!

Trip Leader: Carl Hoagey

Difficulty: Strenuous with some moderate sections. Expect a steep hike out of the gorge. Hiking poles are strongly encouraged. The trailhead has running water and restrooms, with little or no running water along the trail.
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, November 1st at 3pm
Group Size Limit: 15 participants


Children Policy: Children age 14+ with significant prior hiking experience are welcome. Those under 18 should be accompanied by an adult.
Dog Policy: Friendly dogs on leashes are welcome
Weather Policy: This is a rain or shine event. Your trip leader will contact you if inclement weather will make the trail unsafe.
Cancellation Policy: Please email TeamGreen@Lightning100.com if you need to cancel.


Hiking Distance: 9-10 miles round trip
Estimated Hike Time: 6-7 hours
Estimated Drive Time: 1.5 hours each way

What to Bring
Bring your camera, lunch, snacks, and plenty of water. Make sure you wear layers, as well as sturdy shoes or boots. The trail is very rocky in areas so it is very important you keep your ankles safe. Hiking poles are recommended. Check out the Day Hikers' Checklist available on the Team Green Resources Page!


This event is open to members and non-members. A confirmation email will be sent out upon registration with carpool location and driving directions.