Tag Archives: hiking

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Hocking Hills Winter Hike 2014

Hocking Hills 49th Annual Winter Hike Date: January 18th, 2014 The annual winter hike is a 6-mile walk from Old Man’s Cave to Ash Cave in the Hocking Hills. The hike has continuous starts from 9am-11am. Midway through the hike at Cedar Falls, Hot Bean soup is served for a donation. When you reach Ash Cave, a shuttle bus is Continue Reading...
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Hiking in Rockbridge State Nature Preserve

Ask a couple of people which of the Hocking Hills region’s natural rock formations is the most spectacular and chances are you will get a couple of different answers. Old Man’s Cave, which was the first piece of land purchased as part of Hocking Hills State Park, is the most popular. Ash Cave, Ohio’s largest recess cave, is also on Continue Reading...
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Winter Hikes in Ohio

With the days getting shorter and winter just around the corner, many nature lovers have only one thing on their mind: hiking. Winter showcases Ohio’s natural beauty particularly well, with frozen waterfalls and the recess caves and natural bridges all in white. If you love breathtaking landscapes of trees and rocks covered in freshly fallen snow, this is definitely the Continue Reading...
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Top 4 Hikes Around the Hocking Hills

Hiking refreshes the body and the soul. It clears the mind and helps us look at things from a different perspective. It is also, of course, excellent exercise for beginning and seasoned hikers alike. If you are looking for a trail to get your blood flowing and help you shed your worries, check out these top four hikes around the Continue Reading...
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Old Man’s Cave Trail

The Old Man’s Cave Trail is one of six trails in the Hocking Hills area. The others, Ash Cave, Rock House, Conkle’s Hollow, Cedar Falls and Cantwell Cliffs are all worthy of a visit and we’re going to cover them all as days go on. Each offers a little something different and as a whole, make up some of the Continue Reading...