Rhydian Arch

 

 

 

 

Located at the back of a large 100 + wide rock shelter. Originally thought to be an alcove arch, when visited in the rain running water was flowing just outside the edge of the opening through a crack giving us the indication that this arch was formed by running water. Part of the opening is obstructed by fallen rock but there is still a significan opening. The arch itself is located on Forest Property as the cliff line is the Forest Boundry.

NameRhydian Arch
Alternative Names
Width of Arch
Height of Arch25
Span of Arch25
Type of ArchWaterfall
Upper Rock Layer
Lower Rock Layer
Status
Latitude37.11671
Longitude-84.19335
Elevation
Land OwnerUSDA
Name of LandDaniel Boone National Forest
CountyLaurel
Azimuth
Documented byRandall Miller
Submitted byBill Fultz