Panoramic Trail In Kentucky Leads To Panoramic Views Of Daniel Boone National Forest
By Sarah McCosham|Published August 21, 2021
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Here in Kentucky, breathtaking scenery is everywhere. Close your eyes and point to a spot on a map of Kentucky, and you’re sure to land somewhere naturally gorgeous. Red River Gorge, Kentucky Lake, Cumberland Falls… there’s no shortage of scenic beauty here in the Bluegrass State! But the Panoramic Trail in Kentucky might be just be the *most* scenic spot in the state. This easy, mile-long trail leads to panoramic views of Daniel Boone National Forest, one of Kentucky’s most dazzling jewels.
Have you hiked the Panoramic Trail in Kentucky before? If so, we’d love to hear about it in the comments below! And if you have yet to tackle this incredible trek, head over to AllTrails to plan your adventure.