Archive for the ‘Tar Hollow’ Category

Tar Hollow Re-Route

I don’t go hiking at Tar Hollow all that often—nothing against it; there are just other parks closer to me. But I was there last week only to discover that my maps were having a bit of trouble directing me.


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Make Like a Tree . . . And Leaf

Yesterday, of course, was Earth Day. So I spent most of my day in direct sole-to-soul contact with the Earth. (And, if truth be told, a bit of time in butt-to-butte contact during a rest break.)

It was an 8-mile barefoot hike at Tar Hollow.


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Tar Hollow

Tar Hollow sometimes seems like one of the stepchildren when it comes to the parks in southeastern Ohio. It has Great Seal (with its hills on the Great Seal of Ohio) on the west, and Hocking Hills (with its spectacular gorges and caves on the east).

It still makes a great hike, though.

In fact, it makes a pretty challenging hike when it comes to hiking barefoot.


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