Leapfrog Pillar Arch 2

 

Adam Thompson

 

 

 

One of two in this cliff line, located about 15 feet up from the base of the cliff. It sits at the mouth of a small cave-like structure that contains an entire mini arch-complex. Sadly, this arch complex is nearly impossible to adequately photograph. Previously Leapfrog Double Arch.

NameLeapfrog Pillar Arch 2
Width of Arch
Height of Arch
Span of Arch
Type of ArchUnknown
Upper Rock Layer
Lower Rock Layer
Status
Latitude37.27136
Longitude-84.21111000000001
Elevation
Land OwnerUSDA
Name of LandDaniel Boone National Forest
CountyLaurel County
Azimuth
Documented byRandall Miller
Submitted byBill Fultz