Tennessee Landforms -- arches and natural bridges
36.517700 -84.778000
36° 31.062'N 84° 46.68'W
36° 31' 3.7"N 84° 46' 40.8"W
16S 698961E 4043668N
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Ben Creek Archette 3x3

Waypoint: FEA011 36.517700,-84.778000
County: Fentress   landforms of Fentress county
Locale: Big South Fork
NABSQNO 16S-698961-4043668
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Reference: Manning,"100 trails of the BSF", pg 75.

The main arch is best viewed from the east side of the Ben Creek watershed. The arch is embedded on the point of the high bluff line. The smaller arch is just above the creek along the ridge line that takes you (off-trail) to the high arch, but the high arch is not visible from the base of the bluff.

The picture below is of the smaller arch.

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