8 Natural Arches And Bridges In Kentucky That Are Perfect For Your Next Outing
By Sarah McCosham|Published May 26, 2021
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The Bluegrass State is home to some of the most compelling geological formations in the country, from our epic, mammoth-sized caverns to our sweeping, grandiose gorges. Kentucky also boasts some of the most spectacular natural arches and bridges in the country, each offering a unique and equally wondrous experience. Today we’re sharing eight natural arches and bridges in Kentucky that you should definitely make a point of checking out on your next Bluegrass State adventure.
As extraordinary as they appear, these rock formations are even more incredible when you realize that Mother Nature — not man — was the artist and architect behind these wonders. These natural arches and bridges in Kentucky are sure to stoke your sense of awe and wonder, and give you an even deeper appreciation of the beautiful Bluegrass State.
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