Natural Arch of Kentucky in McCreary County,
Photo by Jay Wilbur
Example Shelter Natural Arch
NABSQNO 16S-721865-4080627. Natural Arch of Kentucky is an adult shelter natural arch with a semicircular aperture resulting from wall collapse in a tall, relatively thin ridge-top exposure of rock.
Natural Arch of Kentucky is located in the Stearns District of Daniel Boone National Forest. It is shown as Natural Arch on the Nevelsville, Kentucky quadrangle. It has a span of 100 feet, a height of 44 feet, and a width and thickness of about 25 feet each.
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