More often than not, when a trail passes through a heavily wooded area the trail is obscured by fallen leaves. Heavily used trails are kept clear by the passing traffic. Some trails become streams when it rains and that keeps them clear.
Pees Hollow isn’t a particularly well-used trail, but this area runs through a stand of conifers, so there are few leaves. There were other places where the trail was hidden by leaf-litter.
Pees Hollow Trail, Hercules Glades Wilderness. Read about the hike and see more pictures.
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