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Hocking Hills Park Trails 

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Hocking Hills Programs

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Maps and Directions

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Rock Climbing and Rappelling

Rock ClimbingNinety-nine acres of forest land have been set aside for rock climbing and rappelling in Hocking Hills State Forest (9,267 acres in Hocking County). The area is located on Big Pine Road which is one mile east of Conkle's Hollow.

A large parking area is within  walking distance of the rock climbing area

Hummingbird Hill

Private Companies if you don't have your gear:

Earth Water Rock Outdoor Adventures 740-664-5220 or 740-590-8232

Earth-Water-Rock specializes in Hocking Hills rock climbing, offering guided outings in the Hocking Forest near Logan, Ohio.  Long known for its rugged cliffs and beautiful scenery, this section of Southeastern Ohio is filled with lush forestland, enormous rock formations and stately hemlock trees that make up the backdrop for your climb, an experience that you'll never forget.

Hummingbird Hill

Hocking Hills State Forest Rock Climbing Area Map

Rock Climbing in Hocking HillsRock Climbing Brochure with map (pdf)

Parking Area and Rock Climbing Area 

General Rock Climbing  Safety:

  • Wear a helmet!

  • Take a course if you have never climbed before. Leave an itinerary with someone you know.

  • Know and practice self-rescue techniques.

  • Carry extra food, water and clothing.

  • Carry a headlamp, spare batteries and bulbs.

  • Carry a first-aid kit and know how to use it.

  • Use redundant anchor systems.

Hocking Forest Rock Climbing Rules:

  • The Hocking State Forest area receives hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.

  • Please respect the forest community that you find. Your consideration of other visitors using the forest will help provide an enjoyable experience for all. Visitors are free to walk on state forest property during daylight hours. However, because of the many cliffs located throughout the area, extreme caution is urged particularly when ice or snow is present. Because of these hazards, Hocking State Forest closes at dark.

  • Motor vehicles are restricted to roads open for public travel and designated parking areas.

  • Use of horses is permitted on designated bridle trails only.

  • Disturbance, defacement or destruction of any property, material, natural feature or vegetation is prohibited. Berries, nuts and mushrooms may be gathered and removed except from tree seed orchards or posted areas.

  • Camping and building of fires are prohibited except in designated areas.