Hiking Angel Windows Trail in Red River Gorge, KY

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Take me hiking please

Today is part 3 of 4 for my Red River Gorge series with @flowerbaby. You may have already seen Part 1 and Part 2. The third trail that we trekked is called Angel Windows. This is another out and back trail that is less than a mile long, much like the Princess Arch and Chimney Top trails.

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To get to this trailhead, we drove deeper into the Daniel Boone National Forest surrounding Red River Gorge, Kentucky. The road was well paved, but it just barely qualified as a two-lane road. It was more of a 1½ lane track. This means I was unfortunately unable to race through it like I would have loved to do. We really never knew when we would stumble upon another car coming around a corner. I don't trust other drivers, some do not pay as close attention as I do. Others, well they just can't drive much at all. This means I had to be cautious and go slow throughout all of the forest.

No matter how low my speed was, I was still kicking up dirt and dust everywhere I went and so were other vehicles. This was by far the dirtiest that my Audi has ever been. It looked kind of cool, but I much prefer my ride be shiny and clean. Wait until Part 4 tomorrow for some photos of what the outside of my car was looking like. For now here is a teaser that shows you how bad my wheels where. Take into consideration that my VMR wheels are supposed to be a candy teal color.

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This hike was pretty awesome overall. The views were not quite as majestic as those from the Chimney Top trail. We did however get to a big open part towards the end that made for a very peaceful scene. There were these giant rocks with water dripping down from them. There was even a bowl-shaped chair that made for a perfect seat. This was the only trail that had some mud along its path, but that didn't stop us from stomping through it. After all, @flowerbaby and I had on our matching Colombia hiking boots.


Photos

Enough of my rambling. Now you can actually get a look of what Angel Windows in Red River Gorge, KY is like. Here is your chance to view some more photos.

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Thanks for checking out my blog 😎🤝

Tomorrow I will be finalizing my Red River Gorge series. I encourage you to come back and see the last entry tomorrow. I think that some of our best photographs were on the fourth trail. Also be on the lookout for a post from @flowerbaby showcasing all of the photos of the landscape that she captured.

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