A walk from the access road westward to the bluff reveals how special this parcel of Tennessee mountain land really is. Large portions of this land is level and covered in trees - providing several options for a private mountain homesite. Pines for the most part in the central and eastern portions, more hardwoods as one approaches the bluff. Serene is a good word to describe this acreage...but then again, it hardly does it justice. Walking the trails of this land, one gets a feeling of being "out there" surrounded by the quiet of the forest. A great location for a hunting retreat with abundant wildlife. Whitetail deer and wild turkeys are common. When you reach the bluff, another sensation takes over. One can only imagine what went through Davy Crockett's mind when he and his band of travelers came upon a location such as this. Incredible rock formations challenge the imagination. The long valley far below the escarpment of the Plateau is dotted with farms and the sunset mountain views to the west are nothing short of spectacular.