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Cathedral Caverns State Park "See Goliath" Poster

Located in the heart of Alabama’s cave country, Cathedral Caverns shines as one of the shortest, yet most impressive caves in the south. With an opening measuring 126 feet wide by 25 feet high, it stands as the largest commercial cave entrance in the world. Commemorated as a state park in 2000, guided tours take visitors on a journey through several unique geological formations found only here. From standing amid Goliath, the worlds largest stalagmite, starring up at the 400 million year old…

  Cherokee Park, Trail Guide, Jefferson County, Louisville Kentucky, Bike Trails, Throughout The World, Central Park

Beaver Creek Wilderness Middle Fork Poster

Located in the Stearns District of the Daniel Boone National Forest, the Beaver Creek Wilderness is one of only two officially designated wilderness areas in Kentucky. Its 17,753 acres provide habitat for a variety of wildlife species including the regularly sighted eastern black bear. A total of 12 miles of rugged trails lead deep into the Beaver Creek Canyon past numerous unnamed arches, rock shelters, caves, and waterfalls. One of the best views of the towering cliffs and deep valley lies…

  Park Trails, Hiking Trails, Turkey Run State Park, Ice Sheet, Severe Storms, Trail Guide, Boat Tours, Bouldering, The Rock

Bluespring Caverns Poster

Visit Bluespring Caverns and take a boat tour down the longest navigable underground river in the United States! The cave system was discovered as early as the 19th century. Up until 1913, the entrance used was the exodus of a spring which drained into the White River. However, a dam completed in 1913 on the White River closed off this entrance. In 1940, a second entrance was created after a severe storm passed through the area. A small pond on the farm of George Colglazier vanished…

  Park Trails, Hiking Trails, Turkey Run State Park, Severe Storms, Trail Guide, Boat Tours, Great Lakes, State Parks, Wild Flowers

Bluespring Caverns Poster

Visit Bluespring Caverns and take a boat tour down the longest navigable underground river in the United States! The cave system was discovered as early as the 19th century. Up until 1913, the entrance used was the exodus of a spring which drained into the White River. However, a dam completed in 1913 on the White River closed off this entrance. In 1940, a second entrance was created after a severe storm passed through the area. A small pond on the farm of George Colglazier vanished…

  Park Trails, Hiking Trails, Turkey Run State Park, Steep Rock, Trail Guide, Suspension Bridge, Wooden Decks, Canoe, Bouldering

The Ladders, Canyons, & Waterfalls Of Trail 3 In Turkey Run State Park, Indiana

Located in the plains of Central Indiana, Turkey Run State Park is commonly boasted as the Midwest's best kept secret by outdoor enthusiasts. Its rugged hiking trails bisect stark gorges carved out by glacial meltwater in one of the few areas of the state to contain old growth stands of virgin forest. Nestled within the park is the 1,609 acres of Rocky Hollow-Falls Canyon Nature Preserve. It comes as a surprise to many that this little known parks trail system is regularly voted as having…

  Battle Of Tippecanoe, Shawnee Tribe, Indiana, Flood Wall, White Settlers, Endangered Plants, Trail Signs, Severe Storms, Trail Guide

Bluespring Caverns Poster

Visit Bluespring Caverns and take a boat tour down the longest navigable underground river in the United States! The cave system was discovered as early as the 19th century. Up until 1913, the entrance used was the exodus of a spring which drained into the White River. However, a dam completed in 1913 on the White River closed off this entrance. In 1940, a second entrance was created after a severe storm passed through the area. A small pond on the farm of George Colglazier vanished…

  Red River Gorge Kentucky, Boone County, Trail Guide, Extinct Animals, Ohio River, Vertebrates, Historical Sites, State Parks, Arch

Beaver Creek Wilderness Middle Fork Poster

Located in the Stearns District of the Daniel Boone National Forest, the Beaver Creek Wilderness is one of only two officially designated wilderness areas in Kentucky. Its 17,753 acres provide habitat for a variety of wildlife species including the regularly sighted eastern black bear. A total of 12 miles of rugged trails lead deep into the Beaver Creek Canyon past numerous unnamed arches, rock shelters, caves, and waterfalls. One of the best views of the towering cliffs and deep valley lies…

  Daniel Boone National Forest, Boone County, Red River Gorge, Over The Bridge, Trail Guide, Forest Road, Ohio River, Camping Spots, Trail Maps

Beaver Creek Wilderness Middle Fork Poster

Located in the Stearns District of the Daniel Boone National Forest, the Beaver Creek Wilderness is one of only two officially designated wilderness areas in Kentucky. Its 17,753 acres provide habitat for a variety of wildlife species including the regularly sighted eastern black bear. A total of 12 miles of rugged trails lead deep into the Beaver Creek Canyon past numerous unnamed arches, rock shelters, caves, and waterfalls. One of the best views of the towering cliffs and deep valley lies…

  Red River Gorge Kentucky, Boone County, Trail Guide, Natural Bridge, Ohio River, Trail Maps, Beautiful Rocks, Autumn Trees, Historical Sites

Beaver Creek Wilderness Middle Fork Poster

Located in the Stearns District of the Daniel Boone National Forest, the Beaver Creek Wilderness is one of only two officially designated wilderness areas in Kentucky. Its 17,753 acres provide habitat for a variety of wildlife species including the regularly sighted eastern black bear. A total of 12 miles of rugged trails lead deep into the Beaver Creek Canyon past numerous unnamed arches, rock shelters, caves, and waterfalls. One of the best views of the towering cliffs and deep valley lies…

  Boone County, Red River Gorge, Trail Guide, Small Waterfall, Cascade Mountains, Natural Bridge, Extinct Animals, Ohio River, Historical Sites

Beaver Creek Wilderness Middle Fork Poster

Located in the Stearns District of the Daniel Boone National Forest, the Beaver Creek Wilderness is one of only two officially designated wilderness areas in Kentucky. Its 17,753 acres provide habitat for a variety of wildlife species including the regularly sighted eastern black bear. A total of 12 miles of rugged trails lead deep into the Beaver Creek Canyon past numerous unnamed arches, rock shelters, caves, and waterfalls. One of the best views of the towering cliffs and deep valley lies…

  Crawford County, Severe Storms, Trail Guide, Slot Canyon, Boat Tours, Preserves, Cool Pictures, Waterfall, Nature

Bluespring Caverns Poster

Visit Bluespring Caverns and take a boat tour down the longest navigable underground river in the United States! The cave system was discovered as early as the 19th century. Up until 1913, the entrance used was the exodus of a spring which drained into the White River. However, a dam completed in 1913 on the White River closed off this entrance. In 1940, a second entrance was created after a severe storm passed through the area. A small pond on the farm of George Colglazier vanished…

  Severe Storms, Trail Guide, Boat Tours, Present Day, Preserves, Pond, Arch, How To Become, Nature

Bluespring Caverns Poster

Visit Bluespring Caverns and take a boat tour down the longest navigable underground river in the United States! The cave system was discovered as early as the 19th century. Up until 1913, the entrance used was the exodus of a spring which drained into the White River. However, a dam completed in 1913 on the White River closed off this entrance. In 1940, a second entrance was created after a severe storm passed through the area. A small pond on the farm of George Colglazier vanished…

  Hancock County, Boone County, Trail Guide, Extinct Animals, Ohio River, Nature Reserve, National Forest, Historical Sites, Bouldering

Beaver Creek Wilderness Middle Fork Poster

Located in the Stearns District of the Daniel Boone National Forest, the Beaver Creek Wilderness is one of only two officially designated wilderness areas in Kentucky. Its 17,753 acres provide habitat for a variety of wildlife species including the regularly sighted eastern black bear. A total of 12 miles of rugged trails lead deep into the Beaver Creek Canyon past numerous unnamed arches, rock shelters, caves, and waterfalls. One of the best views of the towering cliffs and deep valley lies…

  Boone County, Pine Mountain, Trail Guide, Mountain States, State Forest, Ohio River, Roadside Attractions, Autumn Trees, Historical Sites

Beaver Creek Wilderness Middle Fork Poster

Located in the Stearns District of the Daniel Boone National Forest, the Beaver Creek Wilderness is one of only two officially designated wilderness areas in Kentucky. Its 17,753 acres provide habitat for a variety of wildlife species including the regularly sighted eastern black bear. A total of 12 miles of rugged trails lead deep into the Beaver Creek Canyon past numerous unnamed arches, rock shelters, caves, and waterfalls. One of the best views of the towering cliffs and deep valley lies…

  Boone County, Pine Mountain, Trail Guide, Small Waterfall, Natural Bridge, Mountain States, Ohio River, Walk Past, Small Trees

Beaver Creek Wilderness Middle Fork Poster

Located in the Stearns District of the Daniel Boone National Forest, the Beaver Creek Wilderness is one of only two officially designated wilderness areas in Kentucky. Its 17,753 acres provide habitat for a variety of wildlife species including the regularly sighted eastern black bear. A total of 12 miles of rugged trails lead deep into the Beaver Creek Canyon past numerous unnamed arches, rock shelters, caves, and waterfalls. One of the best views of the towering cliffs and deep valley lies…

  Boone County, Pine Mountain, Shades Of Violet, Oak Forest, Trail Guide, Mountain States, Ohio River, Appalachian Mountains, Historical Sites

Beaver Creek Wilderness Middle Fork Poster

Located in the Stearns District of the Daniel Boone National Forest, the Beaver Creek Wilderness is one of only two officially designated wilderness areas in Kentucky. Its 17,753 acres provide habitat for a variety of wildlife species including the regularly sighted eastern black bear. A total of 12 miles of rugged trails lead deep into the Beaver Creek Canyon past numerous unnamed arches, rock shelters, caves, and waterfalls. One of the best views of the towering cliffs and deep valley lies…