You don't have to be a seasoned spelunker to see some serious cavern - steer for Mammoth Cave National Park, a cave system that shelters several hundred miles of subterranean tunnels, some of which can be seen on a guided tour.
Beginning at the trailhead parking lot, the trail runs southeast along the top of the cliffline approximately one mile, where it interseccts with Trail #512A near the scenic overlook. Take time to enjoy the panoramic view of the three forks that join to form Beaver Creek. To your left will be Freeman Fork, followed by Middle Fork and Little Hurricane Fork. Follow the old roadway northwest back to the beginning. This trail has been designated a Watchable Wildlife area with interpretive signs along the trail to explain features. One portion of this trail has been graveled to facilitate disabled access.
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