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Things To Do In Red River Gorge

Spectacular Sandstone Arches & Towering Cliffs

Nestled in the heart of Daniel Boone National Forest, the Red River Gorge Geological Area is home to more than 100 natural sandstone arches, sculpted by the elements 300 million years ago. Outdoor enthusiasts come from all over the world to marvel at the breathtaking rock features and enjoy outdoor adventures like hiking, camping, canoeing, climbing, ziplining, and more.

Red River Gorge Zipline Tours

Soar 300 feet over the spectacular Red River Gorge on this exhilarating, professionally guided zipline tour.
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Gorge Underground Kayaking

Head to the coolest place in the Red River Gorge on a kayak or boat tour through old flooded mining tunnels.
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Out The Top Adventures

Go on an adventure to the Red River Gorge with a guided tour in a fun and easy-to-drive UTV. Take in the stunning scenery while traveling up to 20 miles, making stops to see caves, forests, and fantastic mountain views.
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Never be caught unprepared! Choose from the General Store, The Gorge Outfitters, or Gift Shop to find essentials, clothing, snacks, or presents. You'll find something for any need or occasion.
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Thrillsville Adventure Golf

Come and enjoy the brand-new mini golf course in the Red River Gorge! The 18-hole course boasts spectacular water features and picturesque views, providing an unforgettable experience for all ages. Visit the RRG Gift Shop to obtain a putter and ball, then let the challenge begin!
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Rock Climbing

Red River Gorge is a bucket list destination for climbers all over the world. Join a guided climb or grab your gear for a solo adventure.


With more than 600 miles of hiking trails in the region for all abilities, take in the unique natural beauty throughout Natural Bridge National Forest and Daniel Boone State Park.