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Often called the Little Grand Canyon, the gulf was created when the ceiling of a giant cave collapsed more than 10,000 years ago. An uncollapsed remnant of the original cave forms a 250-foot natural bridge.
The gulf winds for more than a mile between vertical walls as high as 130 feet. Hiking trails, scenic overlooks and picnic sites are available. Located six miles west of Thayer.
U.S. 63 Itinerary Part II
A scenic drive in this section of the Show-Me State offers outdoor fun, golf and wine tasting.
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