/ Ohio Buckeye Trail
The Cedar Falls parking area has picnic areas and a more primitive restroom.
The Ohio Buckeye Trail at Cedar Falls as extensive descending stairs into the gorge.
This photographic tour not only includes Cedar Falls, but also the three mile gorge trail of the Ohio Buckeye Trail leading from Cedar Falls to Old Man's Cave. This trail is saturated with as many beautiful geographical features as any hiking trail in this area of the United States.
The term Buckeye Trail includes a number of specified trails in Ohio. The six mile portion of the trail from Ash Cave to Cedar Fall to Old Man's Cave is commonly referred to as the Old Man's Cave section of the Ohio Buckeye Trail.
This overall section of the Ohio Buckeye trail actually starts east of US-33 and runs down to Tar Hollow according to buckeyetrail.org .
Below is an index of links by topic, however display the same pages in normally done by using the "next" link at the top of this page.
views enroute to Cedar Falls
b3: Stream side trail
b4: Approach to a secondary falls
b5: Bit of History
b6: View of the Secondary Waterfalls
b7: Arrival at Cedar Falls Basin
b8: Cedar Falls spillway
b9: Summer foliage of Cedar Falls
b10: Cedar Falls of Hocking Hills State Park
b11: Cedar Falls Basin of Hocking Hills State Park
b12: Buckeye Trail Bridges
b13: Ohio Buckeye Trail along cliff walls
b14: Beauty of Hocking Hills State Park appreciated
b15: Distance secondary waterfalls
b16: Many secondary waterfalls flow after recent rains
b17: View of the stream
b18: One of the taller waterfalls of the Ohio Buckeye Trail
b19: Walk-way over a bog while traveling under the waterfalls
b20: Huge fallen boulder next to the Buckeye Trail
b21: Secondary waterfalls
b22: Fallen boulder in the stream
b23: Fallen boulders above the Ohio Buckeye Trail
b24: Last view prior to arriving at the Old Man's Cave area
b25: Arrival at Lower Falls of Old Man's Cave