This rugged trail winds through four hollows and affords a close look at interesting geological formations, such as sandstone bluffs, dramatic overhangs, and rock glades. Seven Hollows is a misnomer, for the trail actually passes through only four hollows.
The hollows themselves are short enough; it’s the trek in between that tests a hiker’s endurance. This trail is recommended for intermediate to advanced hikers and not for small children. With the exception of a few areas where the ground is smooth and level, the trail is a steep up-and-down roller coaster over rough, rocky terrain. A stout walking staff is in order for the less surefooted.
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