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Hocking Hills Trip Guide

Outdoors enthusiasts come here to explore wooded trails, caves and rock formations.
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    Conkle's Hollow at Hocking Hills State Park
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    A candlelit dinner at Glenlaurel Inn and Cottages
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    Choose your own adventure in Hocking Hills State Park, whether hiking or exploring the 100 foot-high Ash Cave!
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    The Inn and Spa at Cedar Falls

What to do

Hocking Hills Canopy Tours Strap into a harness for treetop sightseeing using zip lines and sky bridges. (740) 385-9477; hockinghillscanopytours.com

Hocking Hills State Park Six areas protect 2,399 wooded acres. Highlights include 100-foot-high Ash Cave and Conkle’s Hollow. (740) 385-6842; ohiostateparks.org

Where to eat

Rhapsody Run by culinary students, a dining room in Nelsonville’s town square impresses with live acoustic music and beautifully plated, seasonal dishes. (740) 753-5740; rhapsodyrestaurantnelsonville.com

Where to stay

Glenlaurel Inn and Cottages Excellent candlelight dinners, elegant rooms and secluded trails create a quiet retreat where couples can unwind near Logan. From $159. (800) 809-7378; glenlaurel.com

Inn and Spa at Cedar Falls Plush cottages, rooms and cabins, plus a spa and cozy fine-dining restaurant, sit in the woods near Logan. From $129. (800) 653-2557; innatcedarfalls.com 

For information: Hocking Hills Tourism (800) 462-5464; 1800hocking.com

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