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John Sutton reviewed Cloud Splitter Short Cut Tail
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Laurel Schuchmann reviewed Red River Gorge: Rock Bridge Trail
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HikingGreat!Muddy

Very nice short hike to see the arch & waterfall. If bringing the kiddos bring something for them to get wet in because the waterfall/arch area is a perfect place to explore. Saw some bear prints along the trail in the mud. Trail can be very slippery when humid or raining.

Brooke Gauthier reviewed Indian Staircase to Cloudsplitter
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Hiking

Did my first true rock scramble which was so much fun! But the trail is very poorly marked

Alex Roubidoux reviewed Red River Gorge: Rock Bridge Trail
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HikingGreat!

Beautiful waterfall and area to swim!

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Hiked with a 3 & 1 year old. It was a beautiful trail with lots of things to see. It was pretty easy. My three year old walked the entire way!

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HikingGreat!Rocky

Hiked with our two year old toddler today. Beautiful views and a lot of variety, there was never a dull moment! It was a little busy on a Friday afternoon but not terribly so. Only downside was a lot of poison ivy we had to dodge but not out of the ordinary for KY in late July.

Angela Barrett reviewed Red River Gorge: Rock Bridge Trail
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It was one of those "it's going to rain all day" trips. So rather than sit in our tent we braved the rain and stuck to shorter trails. This one was really pretty running along the stream. The steady rain increased the trail difficulty turning mostt of the trail into a small stream itself but we were still back in our truck in an hour.

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HikingBlowdown

Great trail, good variety of terrain since it has both hiking on top of the ridge as well as down in the valley. Lots of downed trees just downhill from Courthouse Rock but otherwise excellent hiking.

Whitney Johnson reviewed Jenny Wiley Falls
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Hiking

This a great, small, and super historical hike. Previous reviews really helped us find the trail head. We took our doggy, didn’t see a soul, and were able to chill amongst the falls in multiple places. The falls were beautiful as we went just after a big rain and we also found some cool mushrooms. I left a reishi in a cave with my Instagram handle carved into the underside. Let me know if you find it!

Mark Washburn reviewed Red River Gorge: Rock Bridge Trail
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Jennifer Fernberg reviewed Red River Gorge: Rock Bridge Trail
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Hiking

This was a great trail! We hiked with young kids and Grandparents with health issues. Both were able to do this trail. We just took the trail slow and enjoyed it so much! There are steps on the one end of the trail head. Start on that side so that your hike back will be easier. We all loved this trail!

Tabitha Osman reviewed Red River Gorge: Rock Bridge Trail
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Hiking

I took my son and mother today for this trail and we got there around 9:30am. I would plan to get there earlier if you want to avoid crowds. The trail was very well kept and easy to follow. The water was low today but still beautiful at the falls. It was a great walk.

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Hiking

Bring 2 water bottles. it's lot of up hill and down hill between double arch and auxier ridge. best views in Red River gorge

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Jackson Maisel reviewed Indian Staircase Trail
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Meg Shoemaker reviewed Red River Gorge: Rock Bridge Trail
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Hiking

This little trail is so wonderful. It was one of the first trails I ever went on when I started going to RRG. Because of it's beauty, it tends to draw the crowds. Although it's a shorter trail, there are some semi-difficult spots, but they're short and not bad. I always see children on the trail, so it's clear this is a favorite for parents! Do be careful if it's rained/raining. Bring water shoes to splash around the creek, you'll be happy you did!

Alex Diana reviewed Indian Staircase Trail
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HikingOff trailRockyScramble

Trials aren’t marked too well but otherwise the view of the stone arches and the valleys below, with red river running through the gorge it’s cut over the millennia, is a lifetime must see.

Rayann Bowling reviewed Indian Staircase Trail
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Would highly recommend. Arguably the one of the best in the gorge. Definitely be careful taking dogs or small children. We took both of our dogs and we’re fine but had to use their harnesses and long leashes to assist them.

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Very pretty but go early or it’s too crowded to enjoy

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HikingMuddyRocky

The trail is heavily trafficked. I read the reviews before hand but I wasn’t prepared for there to be so many people. I felt rushed at times because I had people coming up behind me. There are a few spots to sit down but not a lot. It has a bunch of up hills and down hills. I wouldn’t recommend bringing kids unless you know that they can handle the trail. There are some tricky steps and a mud spot. The trail is beautiful but I won’t be doing it again till I’m more conditioned for the type of trail it is.

Dustin Schaffer reviewed Indian Staircase Trail
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Hiking

Great views. Can be challenging. A lot of elevation changes pending on your desired route.

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