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Wayne National Forest–Wildcat Hollow Trail

Glouster, Ohio 45732
Wildcat Hollow webpage
Wildcat Hollow Trail map
Wildcat Hollow wild flower viewing webpage
Wayne National Forest website
Wayne National Forest printable maps

Also, see Wayne National Forest and Wayne National Forest-Athens Important Bird Area

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Wayne National Forest–Wildcat Hollow Trail (Morgan Co.)
Coordinates: 39.5731709, -82.0330024
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Wayne National Forest–Monroe Outlook
Coordinates: 39.59068, -82.05489
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About Wayne National Forest–Wildcat Hollow
Welcome to the Wildcat Hollow Hiking Trail. This trail offers two options; a 15-mile loop of scenic trail along ridge-tops and stream bottoms, and a short five-mile loop for day hikes. Both trails will lead through tall pine forests, open meadows, quiet streams, rock outcroppings, and down old roads overlooking miles of beautiful landscape. You will also pass some of our land management activities. Wildflowers are at their peak in the spring, but we ask that you not pick them so that others may also enjoy them. The hiker who treads softly can often catch glimpses of the wildlife who call the forest home. Bring your binoculars and enjoy your visit. This area is one of the recommended wildflower viewing areas on the Forest.
From Wildcat Hollow webpage

About Wayne National Forest
The Wayne National Forest is located in the hills of southeastern Ohio. This small national forest, in the heart of the heavily populated Midwest, covers almost a quarter million acres of Appalachian foothills. The Wayne is divided into three blocks administered by two Ranger Districts at Athens and Ironton. A field office is also located east of Marietta.

Visitors to national forest lands are welcome to camp, hike, hunt, and fish. The Forest boundaries surround a checkerboard pattern of ownership, with public and private ownership interspersed. There are over 300 miles of trails on the Forest for hiking, all-terrain vehicle (ATV) riding, mountain biking, or horseback riding.
From Wayne National Forest Division of Forestry website