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Wander: Red River Gorge

About a 2 hour drive from Louisville lies Daniel Boone National Forest. With nearly a million acres of forest to explore, it’s filled to the brim with natural stone bridges, waterfalls and wildlife. 160 more words

Kentucky

Red River Gorge

The most beautiful gift of Nature is that it gives one pleasure to look around and try to comprehend what we see.

~Albert Einstein

We just returned from a whirlwind trip that included stops to see my parents, two areas in Kentucky, and some birding in Ohio. 621 more words

Trip Report

The Economics of Rock Climbing at Red River Gorge

An Iraqi war veteran and retired Air Force brigadier general, Robert P. Givens serves as president of RPG Consulting, a firm he also founded. Outside of work, Robert P. 183 more words

Robert P Givens

Red River Gorge, The Red, RRG...

Red River Gorge is often referred to simply as “The Red”. This is the nickname climbers gave it, which is pretty cool…but in writing, I prefer to shorten it to RRG. 2,289 more words

Climbing

Forget Disneyland, Give me Raw Earth

The Red River Gorge. The name itself gets my heart pumping faster and fiercer!  I was first introduced to this wondrous place in Kentucky when I was 18 years old. 576 more words

Nature

BYTOP and More Hiking Auxier Ridge Advice

The Auxier Ridge/Courthouse Rock/Double Arch loop is a popular trail in the Red River Gorge area. Sandstone cliff views are unobstructed, arches abound, and the trail is comparatively well maintained. 429 more words

Hiking

Appalachian foothills in the Bluegrass State

It’s been a crazy week, and it’s only Wednesday. If I’ve not already mentioned, I do a little writing during the evening on rainy days, but for the most part the vast majority of my blogging is done on my lunch break at the office. 283 more words

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