I love Deep Hollow. It’s several dozens of miles of trails, its varied habitats, its dam and wetlands, its precious trove of fringed gentians and other treasures and miles of cliffs like these, this one often used as a shelter and for campfires.
Only problem is that there’s no legal public access. We go in at the end of Baltimore Drive but that’s only thanks to a gated road that leads to a power substation.
I asked a Pinchot State Forest Recreation forester for an update and this is what he emailed me: