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Walls of Jericho Complex
Location: Jackson County
Walls of Jericho Complex consist of 2 tracts with 13,047 acres total. This complex is comprised of mountainous and wooded terrain, hosting caves, springs, rocky bluffs as well as grassy coves riparian forests bordering Estill Fork which is a principal tributary of the Paint Rick River and portions of the headwaters of the Paintrock River. The complex border Tennessee and it adjoins the Skyline Wildlife Management Area.
The Management objectives of the complex is habitat conservation, outdoor recreation, scientific research and education.
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