Contrary to the name you certainly won't feel imprisoned. The solitude of this trail and being on Jailhouse Rock is probably one of our favorite places in Red River Gorge. Have you ever had one of those days where you just want to sit outside alone and enjoy nature? yeah we have too. This is the PERFECT hike to take and clear your mind. The hike is fairly easy with a few rock scrambles. They aren't difficult but do require that you take your time. The trail is unmarked and can be very easy to get lost but hey that's what we are for. Our guides will show you the path to the most breathtaking view. We suggest wearing pants during this hike as the trail is a little overgrown in places.
You'll get not just one but two trail guides that will lead you on an adventure of a lifetime. Also included in this hike you will get a FREE HikingRRG 32oz water bottle along with trail snacks. Our snacks usually consist of your basic hiking grub. Depending on the hike and what we want to give away you might get beef jerky, probar, clif bar, stick of gum, kind bar or another similar trail treat.
What's Not Included
To make this simple... anything not listed as included. Capisce? While we do offer trail snacks you may want to bring along some of your own if you would rather have powdered donuts and mountain dew. We won't look down on you as long as you share with the trail guides.
Are you kidding me? This isn't Golden Corral! On our short day hikes we don't provide meals. However, feel free to bring along anything you want. A large pizza would be nice. Maybe even some ranch dressing for it.
Gear We Provide
On this trip and most of our other day hikes we won't be providing any gear.
What Gear To bring
The main thing we suggest is a small daypack. This will allow you to carry snacks or any additional items you may want to bring. Feel free to bring a hammock along as we always do.
What Clothes To Bring
As with any trip this mainly depends on the weather. For this hike specifically we recommend pants. The trail is unmarked and a little grown up in places. Feel free to ask Jonathan what happens when you wear shorts on this trail.