7.4 miles of trail over rugged terrain including one loop. Bad Branch Gorge includes 60-foot waterfall tumbling over sandstone cliffs. This 2,639-acre preserve protects the scenic beauty of the gorge and one of the largest concentrations of rare and uncommon species known in the state. The preserve also protects Kentucky�s only known nesting pair of common ravens (Corvus corax)
Gabes Branch Falls is roughly 15 to 20 feet tall located on Gabe Branch in the northern mountains of Harlan County near the Leslie County line. After a short cascade at the bottom, the falls spill into a 8-to-10-feet deep swimming hole frequented by locals for generations.
Martins Fork Wildlife Management Area and State Natural Area protects Martins Fork, a scenic high-quality mountain stream that originates in the higher elevations of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park in Bell County, Kentucky.