Hocking Hills State Park Old Mans Cave Bridge Poster
No trip to Hocking Hills State Park would be complete without a hike to visit Old Mans Cave. The cave derives its name from its former resident, hermit Richard Rowe, who lived, worked, and died within this large cave recess. This quintessential hiking trail is located within the heart of the state park along a 1.5 mile loop through some of the regions most iconic landmarks. Commonly though of as just one particular area, Old Mans Cave is actually consisted of five distinct sections: Upper Falls, Upper Gorge, Middle Falls, Lower Falls, and Lower Gorge. With so much to see and do on this terrific 1.5 hour hike, it’s no wonder that this is one of the most popular trails in all of the Hocking Hills Region.
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