Geology of National Parks

Red River Gorge Geological Area

A photo tour featuring geology and wildlife in Daniel Boone National Forest, Kentucky

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Click here to start a 3D tour of the Red River Gorge Geological Area in southwestern Kentucky.
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Map of Red River Gorge
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More than 150 natural arches and bridges are known in the Red River Gorge area of Kentucky. Because of the unique quality and abundance of arches, archeology, and natural history, this area is preserved as the Red River Gorge Geological Area within Daniel Boone National Forest. Natural Bridge State Park is famous for it long span natural arch.

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Daniel Boone National Forest (USDA) website at:

Stratigraphy of Red River Gorge (a columnar section)

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Last modified Mon 11/22/2010