More about The Glory Hole trail
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2020-09-24 10:40 by Sarah Denninger
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More about The Glory Hole trail

I see you guys haven't been paying attention to what I post which is kinda sad but I get it. I'm not really talking about the trails so let me give you an inside to this trail. 

The trail in this video is the Glory Hole Trail which is about two miles long and is considered Moderate. I would say that it goes from easy to moderate. The reason is that the trail goes all the way down into this little secret cave and then you have to go all the back up the trail which is an incline so it can be quite a challenge when you just want to get back to your trailer/car. The trail itself is really well marked and its as wide as a jeep to get down it. NOw when you initially get down you won't see the glory hole at first. You have to find a way to actually get down and if it is raining use caution cause the rocks are slippery. 

Once your down your basically rock hopping but its not bad because it does have some solid ground in area where you can take it all in. It's actually nice to check out and if you want to sit and eat some food you can do that without any disturbance. Lylah and I did this hike on the weekday so there was nobody else on the trail. If you want something easy and get a really cool and unique hike then I would suggest this little stop in Ozark National Forest. It may only be two miles but its well worth it. It also is very dog friendly if you have your four-legged companion with you. 


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