While some people like to hole up at home during the winter, here in Hocking Hills, Ohio, we do things a little differently. If you can’t escape the winter, why not embrace it? We celebrate the coldest times of the year and the beauty that accompanies it with two annual events: The Hocking Hills Winter Hike and the Logan Frozen Festival. Make sure to stay at Cut Above Cabins during the winter and discover some of the best things to do in Hocking Hills all year long.
The Hocking Hills Winter Hike For more than 50 years, the Hocking Hills Winter Hike has attracted attention from hikers across the country. And it’s deserved: imagine 5,000 hikers taking 5+ hours meandering through Hocking Hills State Park to see everything that Ohio geography has to offer. Think: sandstone rocks and waterfalls, all with a fresh coat of glittering snow from the sunlight. Throughout your winter hiking excursion, you’ll also see landmarks like Old Man’s Cave in Hocking Hills, Cedar Falls, and Rose Lake. Plus, you’ll go past the tallest tree in Ohio, a hemlock standing at 149 feet tall. Keep your eyes peeled for black bears, too—so they don’t steal the provided mid-hike lunch.
Cabins Near Hocking Hills Hiking Trails and Attractions After five hours spent at the Hocking Hills Winter Hike and a few extra at the Logan Frozen Festival, return to Cut Above Cabins to recharge and get cozy with your travel and adventure crew. Work together to make something hearty for dinner together, and take it easy for the rest of the night. For more information about accommodations at Cut Above Cabins, visit our website or give us a call at 877-839-9983.
I am the owner of Cut Above Cabins along with my Mother Catherine. WE LOVE the Hocking Hills and we want to share this glorious place with you and contribute to a memorable get~a~way! Evelyn