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Hang Em High Horse Camp, or White Oak Boat in; north a bit from there near Horse Lick Creek is the S-tree primitive camps, it's actually quite nice.
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Stone Arch, a warning
« on: August 13, 2017, 07:14:38 PM »

Hi guys. No time for a trip report ATM (alhtough, yes Houchin Ferry is still closed and so is Guntown MTN)... but I wanted to post an important health warning for Stone Arch in Mammoth Cave NP. It is also on my map.
There is a wild, large yellow jacket nest next to the sinkhole in the gulch on the way up to the arch. Avoid the sinkhole area by by passing the 20 foot diameter to the right.

As you can imagine I, and my father, learned this information through firsthand experience.

Oh the things I do for this book. :)

btw, arch is great, 0 trash, 0 graffiti. Enjoy.
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