Our World: Natural Bridge at Yahoo Falls

The natural bridge at Yahoo Falls, Boone National Forest, Kentucky. September 30, 2006.

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Betsy and I plan most of our hikes to visit waterfalls, but we occasionally find a bonus attraction.  This was the case in September, 2006, when we hiked to Yahoo Falls in Kentucky.  We were hiking a loop trail, and after seeing the falls we came to a junction with a trail leading to a natural bridge.

It was a pretty day, so we hiked the extra mile to see the natural bridge.  It was low, but it definitely was a bridge.  It was also fairly wide.

Under the natural bridge at Yahoo Falls. September 30, 2006.

I scrambled under the bridge and got this picture of of the underside.  I had to use a flash to get any thing at all.

Looking through the natural bridge at Yahoo Falls, Kentucky. September 30, 2006.

I went through the smaller (upper) opening and then shot through the bridge to get this picture.  You can see the trail leading to the bridge.  This was a nice bonus to our waterfall visit.

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18 Responses to “Our World: Natural Bridge at Yahoo Falls”

  1. Ms. A Says:

    Definitely a nice bonus!

  2. Sandra Says:

    i had no idea YAHOO had a bridge or a falls… ha ha, just kidding. i would not fit under that bridge to get to the other side. again ha ha

  3. The Incredible Woody Says:

    What a wonderful place!

  4. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    What a wonderful natural bridge and your captures are terrific, George! I think it’s great that you got a shot of the underside as well! And, of course, I love the waterfall. Enjoy the day!


  5. Maple Lane Says:

    I love this!

  6. Happyone Says:

    That is so cool!! Great photos!!

  7. Rajesh Says:

    Great shots of natural bridge. Nature has wonderful ways to surprise us.

  8. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    Oh,that is so special.A nice bonus.

  9. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    Wow, this is cool! We have the big Natural Bridge here, you have probably been to it. But that name, Yahoo Falls, how funny!!!

  10. CameraCruise Says:

    Great shots!
    Love the natural bridge.

  11. Shydub Says:

    That’s really cool, I even look real hard to see what’s under neath that bridge. Well, looks like a new hiking adventure awaits

  12. Carletta Says:

    Very cool George!
    I like the last shot.
    I think this would have been a real added surprise and treat to see.

  13. dayphoto Says:

    You and Betsy really need to do Sunday Stills…you are both very talented!


  14. Busy Bee Suz Says:

    What a wonderful adventure for you! Gorgeous.

  15. Colin (HB) Says:

    My God, George. You and Betsy sure are fit. That is a hell of a walk to have done.
    Maybe you, two, should set yourselves up as fitness trainers for the “senior brigade”???
    You’d have a field day “down under” especially in Tasmania, the Blue Mountains and the Snowy Mountains.
    Might even get shots of the “Bogong Moths” – sorry, couldn’t help that, but you do know what they are – ha ha.


  16. Leovi Says:

    Yes, beautiful natural bridge, looks like a cave.

  17. Rose Says:

    I love finding stuff like this!!!! Especially if we find it unexpectedly.

  18. Sartenada Says:

    Awesome! Natural bridge – it is new to me. Great set of photos, George.

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