Unnamed Arch

Campton, Kentucky 41301

Unnamed Arch

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Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"This hike begins nearthe Gladie Visitor Center and Historic Site and the Red River Gorge bison herd. You should incorporate a visit to these two attractions into your outing. A restored cabin is the centerpiece of this demonstration area that replicates life in the Red River Gorge during the late 1800s.

The hike is no slouch, either. It travels the short Bison Way Trail to meet the Sheltowee Trace. It then heads southbound through the moist Sargent Branch Valley. The Trace rises to a sheer rock wall before climbing wooden steps to reach a beautiful redrock arch. The latter part of the hike has a pretty tough climb. Outstanding Features: Unnamed arch, and spring wildflowers"

Unnamed Arch Reviews

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2 Stars = Unnamed Arch and Panoramic views. Other than that a nice workout. Try keeping in mind your "whereabout", this is a beautiful gorge - just hard to see with all the foliage. Jumped a gouse along the way!

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Trail Information

Nearby City
390 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Easy to Moderate
Skill Level
2.25 hours
Year-round; best spring through fall
710 feet
Trailhead Elevation
1,100 feet
Top Elevation
Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail, Daniel Boone National Forest
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Dec 2018