Red River Gorge, taking a hike in the mountains of Kentucky.

I use to spend a lot of time hiking in these mountains when I was younger. The Red River Gorge has a lot of trails and is famous for all the arch formations it has there.

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The Red River Gorge is in the state of Kentucky, the area has really grown and developed with new camp grounds and shopping stores.

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If you like hiking and want to visit some nice arches then you should check it out.

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