In a state that’s known for its rolling hills of horse farms, Kentucky also offers a surprising number of fascinating natural arches and bridges. Especially throughout the Red River Gorge area, you’ll find many hiking trails that include one or more of these arches, as well as other features that make this one of the most popular places for hiking in the state. If you’re in the area and you think you’ve seen them all, be sure to check out Hidden Arch in Kentucky. This 2-mile hike is fairly easy – although it does have a lot of stairs – and it’s a nice little adventure to add to your day of exploring the area.

Hidden Arch in Kentucky is one of many of its kind throughout the state, but since it can be reached on a fairly short and easy hike, it’s worth checking out. Have you made the trek along this stairway to see Hidden Arch? Tell us about your adventure in the comments!

For more information on the Hidden Arch Trail in Kentucky, including directions, visit its Alltrails page.

And for another arch that’s even easier to see with just a few steps from your car, check out the Split Bow Arch Trail.

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