In this video, we will see the inside of the cave
In this video, we hike two miles through the forests of South Cumberland State Park in Tennessee to visit the inside of Lost Cove Cave — otherwise known as Buggy Top Cave. I’ll show you the major features of the rugged trail and let you share my experience inside the cave.
Thinking of going to the Lost Cove / Buggy Top Cave?
If you go: Be sure to go online and get the required cave permit. It’s a quick form and the permit delivers instantly to your inbox.
According to the sign at the trailhead, caves are closed Sept. 1 through May 1.
Be sure to take a good flashlight
If you’re looking for a quality flashlight for your adventures, I recommend the one I tested in this video. By the way, this is not a sponsored ad but if you purchase through my Amazon link, I will make a small commission which helps support my endeavors. I bought this flashlight with my own money after trying out several other brands.
The Coast XP11R is a rechargeable dual power LED flashlight with several brightness settings, including its turbo mode which shoots up to a super bright 2100 lumens for short periods of critical need.
Below is Coast’s own description about the features of this flashlight:
- Turbo Mode: The Xp lights not only features standard light modes but also Coast’s signature Turbo Mode for 2100 Lumens of light For critical situations.
- Rechargeable Dual Power: Each Coast rechargeable-dual power product comes with a ported Zithion-X rechargeable battery and is compatible with either Coast Extreme Performance Alkaline Batteries or other brand-name battery types, Depending On The Product.
Learn more about the Coast XP11R flashlight here
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