The Massive Sand Cave At The End Of The Ewing Trail In Kentucky Is Truly Something To Marvel Over
By Sarah McCosham|Published October 28, 2021
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In a state that’s home to the largest underground cavern system on the planet, it can be hard for Kentucky’s other caves to stand out. But Sand Cave most certainly stands out. Located in one of the most scenic places in the country — Cumberland Gap — this massive sand cave is unlike anywhere else in the state. It’s of otherworldly beauty, and when you reach this stunning sand cave at the end of the Ewing Trail in Kentucky, you’ll know you’ve discovered something truly, wholly wondrous.
Have you hiked the Ewing Trail in Virginia/Kentucky before? Did you know about this massive sand cave? If so, we’d love to hear about your experience!