This past black Friday, I decided to get out of town and let the consumerism zombies have at each other. My destination was the Red River Gorge in Kentucky. It is one of my favorite places to camp, backpack, and hike. I set out to find Hanson’s Point which is an overlook off an unofficial trail.
In this video, I return to a familiar place to try my hand again at hammock camping. I originally set out to find the elusive Timmons Arch that I could not find on a previous trip and was again skunked. Oh well, I enjoy a fantastic campsite by the water.
Wow 2016 has been an epic year of travel and adventure for me. As I was looking back on all my videos, it became so clear that I have been to and seen many places. I hope you enjoy this look back on my year of hiking, camping, backpacking, and kayaking
A couple of friends and I set out to find the elusive Timmans Arch in the Red River Gorge. We camped at Koomer Ridge and also visited Creation Falls, Rock Bridge, and did some milky way photography on Auxier Ridge Trail. Come along with us on this adventure.
This past memorial day weekend, I took a trip to the Red River Gorge Geological Area to do some solo backpacking and camping. I was on the Osborne Trail in the Clifty Wilderness area and found a nice little camp site about a mile into the trail. Since I had planned on two nights and the time of day was getting late, I decided to make camp for the night. I had quite the adventure when I was startled by a bear running through my camp.
This was my first stop on my solo overnighter in the Red River Gorge. I went to a place called Skybridge and it had a great view. So great, in fact, I wanted to see how it would look on 360.You can find a map to the River Gorge. You can watch the video here: Skybridge Red River Gorge Kentucky
This is the final installment in the Cumberland Falls Adventure. On this hike, we hiked approximately 3.5 miles to Dog Slaughter Falls. The terrain was pretty rough in spots and we had to do some old fashioned rock scrambling on this one as well. Along the trail, we saw some very impressive rock formations and much of it ran parallel to the Cumberland River. If you get a chance to visit the Cumberland Falls Area make sure you try this hike. It will challenge you but you are rewarded for your hard work with a very lovely view of Dog Slaughter Falls. You can watch the video here: Hike to Dog Slaughter Falls