Mammoth Cave National Park is home to an incredible variety of seasonal wildflowers due to the abundance of forest habitats. One such place an enormous sinkhole called Cedar Sink. It hosts a stunning variety of spring and summer wildflowers, making it a favorite spot for hikers and floral enthusiasts.
The hike is 1-mile roundtrip, with several sets of stairs that will lead you down into the sink hole and back out. A total of 295 stairs will be traveled during the hike.