“This trail crosses the mountain from Bryson Hollow to Crawford Hollow intersecting a variety of great features.”
— Tony Brown
After working to get to the top of Bryson Hollow
, you are rewarded with a excellent variety of features. Coming from Bryson Hollow
you first see an early-1900 spring box built inside of the hill. Just around the corner you run into a wishing well from Appalachia's days past. You'll notice here you could bail out and go back down the mountain but I wouldn't - keep going!
Around the bend after a rocky drainage, you stumble upon little big rocks. Here you can go around or climb up and ride the rock! Around the next bend, you climb upwards towards a great view of rappel rock. If you wish, you can climb up (on foot!) the left side using the ropes and have a nice view of SNP.
On you go for more excellent trail with wide views and some fun turns taking you down to the top of Crawford Hollow
. At the old road bed, you can go down either way, with the first left down having more flow or continue straight and down for some old school trail and a sweet wooden feature. Of course you could turn around and go backwards and get the Bryson Hollow