Hiking in the Hocking Hills

From Old Man’s Cave to Conkles Hollow, take in the gorgeous waterfalls, awesome caves and rock formations that give the Hocking Hills its world-renowned reputation as the hidden gem of Ohio.

Hocking Hills Adventure Trek

All treks are led by expert guides. Exploring nature with a professional guide is a completely different kind of experience.

Lake Hope State Park

Lake Hope State park is truly a nature lover’s dream; in the forest-draped hills, the observant visitor can discover the abundant natural resources of this wild and scenic park.

Old Man’s Cave

Check out the mile-long gorge that features waterfalls, rock formations, cliffs and scenic views.

Tar Hollow State Park

At Tar Hollow State Park, explore the twisting park through 2.5 miles of mountain biking.

Ash Cave

Ash Cave is the lowest part of the Hocking Hills and is by far the most outstanding sight in the area.

Cantwell Cliffs

Claimed to be the most picturesque spot in the Hocking Hills, Cantwell Cliffs is located 17 miles from Old Man’s Cave with discourages mass visitation.

Cedar Falls

Some of the most stunning sites can be seen while you hike through this part of the Hocking Hills. Steep-walled gorges, beautiful 50-foot waterfall, deep grooves and craggy potholes. Be sure to look UP while hiking!

Moonville Tunnel Trail

Located deep in Zaleski Forest in Ohio near Lake Hope State Park, the Moonville Tunnel is all that remains from a small mining town that existed in the late 1850s. The Moonville Tunnel lies just across Raccoon Creek.