• Construction continues on the Monteagle-Sewanee section of the Trail! For more construction pictures, click on the photo.

  • Governor Haslam visits with a grant for the Mountain Goat Trail - click on the photo to find out more!

  • $1.2 million a year - that's the estimated economic benefit of the Mountain Goat Trail, according to a new study. Find out more by clicking here.

  • These young cyclists are donors to the Mountain Goat Trail. You can be too! Just click on the photo to make an online donation.

  • Before the Mountain Goat was a trail, it was a railroad. Find out more by clicking on the photo.

Who we are

The Mountain Goat Trail is a rail to trail community outdoor recreation project to convert an abandoned railroad right-of-way into a multi-use recreational corridor between Grundy and Franklin Counties on the Cumberland Plateau in Middle Tennessee.  
Click here for the latest goings-on involving the Mountain Goat Trail.