Blue Ridge Country - September/October 2017 - 7
Adventures are happening high above and far below ground
as well. From treetop canopy tours and zip lines to the
largest cave system in the world at Mammoth Cave National
Park, there are plenty of ways to explore Kentucky. The Red
River Gorge has some of the best climbing routes in the
country and attracts thousands of altitude seekers each year.
rush through the Russell Fork in gorgeous Breaks Interstate Park, or a nice afternoon paddle around a majestic
lake, there are more than enough options to get on the
water. Anglers and boaters will find an abundance of fish
to pursue and hidden coves to explore.
Pick your adventure, select
your Kentucky destination and
let the fun begin!
Kentucky is also home to the largest elk herd east of the
Rocky Mountains. More than 360 species of birds flourish
in the Bluegrass State. John James Audubon State Park in
Henderson is a must see for those interested in bird identification and observation. Many other types of wildlife such
as deer, raccoon, wild turkey and squirrels can also be seen.
With thousands of miles of navigable water, there are
plenty of ways to get out and enjoy a water adventure.
Whether you're looking for a high-adrenaline whitewater
It's now up to you...pick your adventure, select your
Kentucky destination and let the fun begin.
CLOCKWISE: LAND BETWEEN THE LAKES; SHAKER VILLAGE OF PLEASANT HILL; WAKEBOARDING ON LAKE CUMBERLAND, HORSEBACK RIDING NEAR WRANGLER'S CAMPGROUND