A newly documented arch from a lead from Keith. This is a major arch . . . the smallest part of the opening measuring about 50'.
It is located not far from Clarkrange, TN. on private property.
And the arch is significant historically as well, for there are a couple of Native American pictographs on the arch itself.
One was described as a "pot of gold" or "kettle." And then there was this one . . . a local we talked to described it as a "fox," but I think it more resembles a buffalo (the horns and hump).
This is one of my favorite arches in the BSF region . . . Clarkrange Triple. It is located on private property.
The owners have done much to clean the area up. This is a view from one of the smaller openings.
This is an arch Vic and I documented a few years ago. It is a major arch that is located in Wayne County, Kentucky.
It measures almost 70' wide.