These 20 Epic Places In Kentucky Will Leave Your Jaw On The Floor
3. The naturally formed Sand Cave in Cumberland Gap offers an unusual, yet amazing view of where ancient Kentuckians might have lived. Cumberland Gap is also home to the 2400 foot pinnacle where one can view Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia simultaneously.
Red River Gorge, Kentucky - designated as a National Scenic Byway, and the exquisite beauty of its dramatic landscape, including its awesome arches and breathtaking sandstone cliffs, is the result of millions of years of sculpting by wind and water. The gorge is located within a 28,000-acre section of the Daniel Boone National Forest.
The Clifty Wilderness in Kentucky's Red River Gorge was established on December 23nd in 1985. The wild and scenic Red River bisects the wilderness area. The wilderness has more than 750 different flowering plants and 170 species of moss.