Fox Hollow Hill FSR 218

Total Miles
2.3

Elevation

172.21 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

1

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

The Fox Hollow Hill FSR 218 is a gravel forestry road through the southern Tennessee section, Lake Barkley side, of Land Between the Lake National Recreation Area. This road features rolling hills and beautiful tree lines, with minimal water collection spots on the road surface and occasional mild soft spots. The road follows the Nolin Ridge leading you back to the Fox Hollow bay area based on Lake Barkley, at the beginning and end points of the road it meets with the Fox Hollow Bottoms FSR 219, to form a near seamless loop together, Fox Hollow Hill being the higher elevated ridge top road, being less wet and less challenging. Where the two roads meet at Fox Hollow Bay, there is a nice spot to park a vehicle and set up a primitive or Overland camp, at 36.59558, -87.91572.

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Fox Hollow Hill FSR 218
Fox Hollow Hill FSR 218
Fox Hollow Hill FSR 218

Difficulty

The difficulty of the Fox Hollow Hill FSR 218 is just mild hills, a few wet soft spots, and gravel complications such as potholes, washboarding, and mounding. This trail is given a 1/10 for its simplicity.

Technical Rating

1

Status Reports

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Access Description

On the Woodland Trace National Scenic Byway (being the main thoroughfare north to south in LBL) go to 36.59341, -87.93851 turn east, Fox Hollow Hill is the road on the left. This is located 7.6 miles south of the KY/TN state lines, or 5.4 miles north of the South Welcome Center.

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