Wildflowers And Foliage Of All Colors Pave The Way On The Siltstone Trail In Kentucky

Autumn provides the perfect backdrop for hiking. From the fresh, crisp air to the rustic fall foliage, hiking and fall just go hand-in-hand. When you set off on the Siltstone Trail in Kentucky, you’ll be treated to sensational views of the fall foliage. Wildflowers also dot the path that’s brimming with natural beauty.

Until approximately the middle of October 2020, you cannot access the trail via Bearcamp Road. However, the trailheads at Scott’s Gap and the Welcome Center at Tom Wallace Recreation Area are open. Stay current with closures here. (Check before you head over.)

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Have you hiked the Siltstone Trail in Kentucky? Would you recommend it to others? Let us know in the comments! For more gorgeous fall foliage, visit Yahoo Falls, the tallest waterfall in Kentucky.

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