Hidden Arch Canvas Prints
Hidden Arch is one of the easier hikes in Red River Gorge, and contrary to its name, it is easy to find by following well marked trails. The Red River Gorge is world renown for the rock climbing and rappelling opportunities, and is one of the top destinations for these activities in the country. There are plenty of trail opprotunities in the area too, as well as some great sites to camp or rent a cabin. The Red River Gorge sits adjacent to Natural Bridge State Resort Park, and has its own 90 miles of trails. With all it has to offer adventure seekers, its no wonder why the Red River Gorge has become so popular. The Red River is a wild and scenic river, and provides some great paddling opportunites when conditions are right.
Hidden Arch Trail leads from the left side of the Koomer Ridge Campground and passes along a dry ridge to a small sandstone arch. The trail continues beyond Hidden Arch to Koomer Ridge Trail. The trail is located in the Red River Gorge on Cumberland Ranger District. The hikes of the Red River Gorge include trails in and around Red River Gorge Geological Area and Clifty Wilderness in Daniel Boone National Forest. This popular gorge is carved into the Cumberland Plateau east of Lexington. This hike can easily be combined with the Silvermine Arch Hike as it leaves from the same parking area or both are popular hikes for campers at Koomer Ridge Camground.