This is the very first comprehensive and detailed guidebook to the hiking trails of Eastern Kentucky’s Daniel Boone National Forest. And who better to do it than Johnny Molloy of Johnson City, Tennessee, who has published more than sixty outdoor adventure guides! The Daniel Boone National Forest stretches in a northeast/southwest angle bisecting I-64 in the north and I-75 in the south, so these trails are easy to get to. These forty hikes may not be very well known, but they include trails to spectacular natural bridges, waterfalls, vistas and other natural wonders. Each entry begins with eight information points from “hiking time” to “highlights” followed by Molloy’s helpful and often fascinating story of hiking the trail. Each entry ends with internal mileages along the trail so you can gauge your progress. Each also includes a photo and a topo map.
Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 2019. 167 pages with many topo maps and photos. Trade paperback