Super 8 Corydon Inn
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... moving along the zip lines and walking across the challenge bridges kept us moving. Plus the two tour guides were pretty cool and entertaining.
We didn't get many pictures as the Mega folks didn't want any cameras brought in since if they dropped they couldn't be retrived and we'd be swinging across mostly dark areas inside. But I did get my I-phone in to snap a few shots, however it was too dark for much exposure. In the end, we conquered the "Mega Cavern".
... up to do workwise that he had to pass on going into the actual horse park. Elena and I rode our bikes over-which gave us a great overview of the entire park. Saw many horses and riders practicing for various events. We had a great day visiting the museums and attending several of the horse shows. It is a beautiful facility as is the state of Kentucky. We learned so many amazing facts about the vast horse world, but with that being said, what we now know would fit on the top ...
... side the Blue River though. The hike down on the Blue River was so swampy and muddy that it drained us completely. The trail had an impressive amount of wildlife, but that may be due to the lack of people using it. The 2 hour ride home was tough as well.
Great park and I want to try and go do it all again.
Day 2 stats: 10.61 miles, 24,508 steps, ~3,391 calories burned, and 100 floors climbed
Day 1 started off at 8:00 AM after our morning rituals. Our plan was to hike as many miles as we could, but to stop at a shelter. It had been raining most of this month and last month so the trail was muddy and had plenty of creek crossings, even though every review I read stated the creek crossing were dried up. We stumbled across 4-8 deer this morning and spooked them of the trail. The trail was well marked, but ...
... in two stages. Low Wine is the first distilling, the High Wine is what is after the second distillation.