Wander Beneath A Whimsical Rock Arch On This Accessible And Scenic Kentucky Trail
Red River Gorge is known for its spectacular rock formations, with the 75 foot long Natural Bridge, Silvermine Arch, and Sky Bridge just three of the 150 natural bridges and arches in this region of the Bluegrass. But there are many, many more natural bridges and rock arches to discover in Kentucky, including the whimsical structure highlighted in today’s adventure. Located in Big South Fork Scenic Area along the Kentucky/Tennessee border, the Split Bow Arch Loop is an accessible trail that offers explorers the unique opportunity to walk beneath a whimsical rock arch.
Have you explored this part of the Bluegrass before? Did you know about this short-and-sweet arch trail in Southern Kentucky? The Split Bow Arch Loop is a marvelous and accessible adventure that highlights a truly beautiful region of Kentucky.
Address: Split Bow Arch, Tappley Ridge Rd, Strunk, KY 42649, USA
OnlyInYourState may earn compensation through affiliate links in this article.
I write like it's my job - because it is! I have a Master's in English and love words: crossword puzzles, Scrabble games, Wordle, and, of course, good, old-fashioned books.
I'm a writer and editor at OnlyInYourState, and a contributing writer at Cincinnati Magazine. I love the Great Outdoors and am endlessly awestruck by this beautiful country of ours. Coffee keeps me going, yoga keeps me sane, my kids keep me grounded, and my writing keeps me inspired.