Hike To An Ice Cream-Shaped Rock Along This Scenic And Popular Trail In Kentucky

Hikers come from near and far to hit the trails throughout Red River Gorge. We talk about this area a lot because it truly is one the best places to hike in the entire region. It has something for everyone, of every skill level, and many are surprised that such a natural gem is tucked into the Bluegrass State. But those who have been to the Gorge know about its beauty and many have also experienced some – or maybe even all – of the Auxier Ridge Trail. This popular loop trail in Red River Gorge is an all around great hike in Kentucky, but keep in mind that it is long and can be challenging. But there are many rewards along the way, including an ice cream-shaped rock that is one of many photo ops on the trail.

When it comes to a popular loop trail in Red River Gorge, this one is an excellent option for those with some hiking experience who want to see the best of the area. Its length and elevation changes, as well as the natural dangers of this rocky area, mean that you should definitely exercise caution while hiking, but this is a bucket list – worthy adventure for every Kentucky hiker. Have you trekked through this area of the Gorge? Have you camped here? Let us know about it in the comments.

For more information on this trail, including a map, directions, and more photos, check out its Alltrails page.

And for another hike in Red River Gorge, this one with a beautiful waterfall, take a look at this easy trail.

Address: Auxier Ridge Trailhead, Tunnel Ridge Rd, Stanton, KY 40380, USA

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