Hike Through Hells Hollow
Pennsylvania › Hell's Hollow
Added by Jeff Henderson
This smooth and level trail takes you along Slippery Creek and is a great hike for the whole family.
Hells Hollow is part of McConnell's Mill State Park. It is a short and quick hike with things to do and see the entire way! During the winter the snow turns this place into a life-like snow globe, while in the spring the wildflowers make for beautiful sights.
Start off by parking at the Hells Hollow Parking Lot. From here you will access the Hells Hollow trail that takes you to the Hell's Hollow Falls. This trail runs along and crosses Hell Run, a wilderness trout stream. Fishing is allowed!
After a short stint on the Hells Hollow trail you will come to a marked sign splitting the trail. Continue on by following the Hells Hollow Trail toward the "Falls". Once you get close to Hell's Hollow Falls, there are wooden stairs that take you to the bottom and to the end of the trail. Follow the trail back to get back to the Parking Lot.
From Hells Hollow trail you can access the Slippery Rock Gorge Trail, a 6.2 mile long trail that meanders through McConnell's Mill State Park and along the Slippery Rock Gorge. This trail is advanced and needs planning and gear.
- Ten Essentials
- Camera (tripod)
- Trail shoes
- Day pack
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