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    Natural Bridge KY

    Has anyone done any hiking/hanging in the Natural Bridge area of KY. I am going there after the 4th and would like some great places to hang. Thanks for any help. Aerorider65
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    I have been there about half a dozen times. It is really great. You won't have any trouble hanging, finding flat places for tents is much harder. Mule
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    I have been there a few times. Some great ridges to hang on. Some areas you could see a lot of people, others no one at all. The arches and bridges are cool and worth checking out. Busy than other spots.
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    I live near the area and I have been going there my whole life. It's a hammockers paradise. You can't do any back country camping in the immediate area of Natural Bridge but you still have the 26,000 acres of the Red River Gorge open to you.
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