This year we rented a cabin in the Hocking Hills area. We arrived at the cabin late afternoon Wednesday. We unpacked and partied at the cabin. Thanksgiving day we did the morning usual, watched Macy’s Day Parade and had a big Thanksgiving feast. After a long nap, several us us headed out for a hike. We had a great hike at Cedar Falls & a portion of Old Man’s Cave. With the recent snow we had early in the week, there was plenty of snow remaining.
On our walk to Cedar Falls, why not turn around and look where you just walked.
This may just be my favorite view in Hocking Hills, the famous Cedar Falls.
On our walk in Old Man’s Cave.
Old Man’s Cave on the right protected from the snow.
Enjoying our walk, missing Roxy! She decided to stay back at the cabin with the others.
Friday after lunch we all headed out to Ash Cave & Conkle’s Hollow.
Our walk into Ash Cave, the view looking back from where we walked.
A silhouette of the tall trees at Ash Cave.
The cousins on our walk on the upper path of Ash Cave.
We started our walk at Conkle’s Hollow but the sun was setting and started to get chilly. We turned around and headed back to the vans, I took the path (creek) less traveled and found this natural form.
Hocking Hills never get old! It’s been a long time since we’ve been there in the winter and we were not disappointed.