Within the over 700,000 acres of Daniel Boone National Forest, you’ll find a wide variety of hiking trails and outdoor adventures. Around the cities of Corbin and London there are many favorite destinations for exploring wooded trails that feature unique rock formations, waterfalls, overlooks, and more. One short, but scenic hiking trail in Kentucky is the trek to Scuttlehole Overlook. This lesser-known trail is not typically crowded, especially in the off months, and it makes for a wonderful adventure for all ages.

The Scuttlehole hike is a short, but scenic hiking trail in Kentucky that packs a big punch in just a mile-and-a-half. Beautiful all year long, this hidden gem may actually be at its best in the colder months of the year when the views are sweeping and the waterfalls are flowing. Have you taken this hike in Kentucky’s Daniel Boone National Forest? Share your experience with us in the comments!

For more information on this scenic trail, including directions and more photos, visit its Alltrails website.

And if you want to enjoy a similar adventure and trail, check out this spot where you have to squeeze between two other rocky walls.

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