Be sure to check out the resources we’ve provided below for more information about all that London – Laurel County has to offer.
This 100 mile route leaves London and follows HWY 192 to the Daniel Boone National Forest and Laurel River Lake. About 70% of this route is within the National Forest.
Visit the very first KFC and the KFC Museum. This 182 mile route will go through Cumberland Falls State Park, Pine Mountain State Park, Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, and Levi Jackson Wilderness Road State Park. This route has 3 mountain climbs, two of which are optional.
Enjoy a 218 mile ride and tour an underground mine. Visit Pine Mountain State Park and Kingdom Come State Park. Climb four mountains, including the highest peak in Kentucky.
This 92 miles ride is a very scenic route with lots of rural roads. About five miles of Hazel Patch Road has broken and chewed up pavement.
This 65 mile route is much like the Big Red Route, but with a couple of shortcuts that shorten the ride to 65 miles. If you are looking for a shorter day in the saddle, but with lots of beautiful scenery and country roads, this could be the route for you.
You will see rolling hills, farms, and grazing land. This 61.8 mile route takes you to the Rockcastle River where you can stop and rest on the Sublimity Bridge and read a little history about the area. Watch the water for Gar—a large and unusual fish.
You will see lots of rolling hills, a few twisties, and cliffs with great views of the River Valley as you travel down to the Rockcastle River on this 87 mile ride.
Kentucky’s first exhibition coal mine museum. Portal 31 Tour: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm. Museum Hours: Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm and Sunday, 1 pm to 4 pm. Admission: $6 adults/$3 students and children. 196 miles.
Enjoy this 210.1 mile ride to Bardstown, Kentucky.
Enjoy this 61.6 mile ride to the Sublimity Bridge in the Bee Rock Recreation Area.
Enjoy this 169.9 mile ride to the Red River Gorge.