Sleepy Hollow Trail - Cabwaylingo State Forest Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The name may be strange, but this hike in Cabwaylingo State Forest is classic West Virginia: Follow a hemlock- framed mountain stream that has a hidden waterfall and an amphitheater of sandstone cliffs. Enjoy the sights of mountain laurel and orchids like rattlesnake plantain, and listen for wild turkey and ruffed grouse.
Cabwaylingo State Forest is named for the four nearby counties—Cabell, Wayne, Lincoln, and Mingo. Option: You can make a 3.9-mile loop out of it by following the pink blazes and gas pipeline markers to the Martin Ridge Trail. Take the Martin Ridge Trail to CR 35, where you turn left to walk back to your car."