Our locals agree and disagree about outdoor adventure in Kentucky. Eddie thinks SUMMER is the best season for cycling. McKenna thinks AUTUMN is the prime time for paddling and horse back riding. Chelsea thinks the SPRING is the most special time for hiking and caving. Michael loves winding through the trails in the WINTER. […]
About Rachelle Wright
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This year has served up a lot of surprises, and even disappointments… But it also has given us a unique opportunity to find joy in the little things. For me, this meant spending more time exploring the place I’ve called home for nearly 26 years.
Christmas time is here! And nothing says festive more than small towns covered in lights. As luck would have it, Hart County happens to be home to two such towns, only seven miles apart. They are drivable and strollable – whichever you prefer. Munfordville, exit 65 off I65, is our county seat and the courthouse […]
Do You Know Where You are Going? The 4 best ways to navigate through Kentucky’s Cave Country Feeling lost? Afraid to venture off the Interstate? We can help you with the 4 best ways to navigate your way through Kentucky’s Cave Country. 1. Digital Assistants – The quickest way to navigate, especially if you […]
In September of 1867 John Muir, now considered the Father of the National Park Service, set out on a 1000 mile walk to the Gulf of Mexico. This route, which began in Indianapolis, was the first of many explorations by Muir. His curiosity took him over much of the United States, discovering the importance of […]
The trail highlights all the adventures between two national parks that are 40 miles apart. You can experience it coming or going, it’s totally cool no matter which way you begin.