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Pees Hollow Trail

The End is in Sight – Not quite as nice a view as the earlier views to the east and west, but I always like this because the end of the hike (at the tower) is in sight. [A few words and 3 Pictures]

I Never Tire Of This View – View from the glades looking northwest. [1 picture]

Gary Allman on the Pees Hollow trail at Hercules Glades Wilderness.

Dressed for chilly weather, and looking a bit chubby too. [1 picture]

Pees Hollow, Counter-clockwise For a Change – The last time Ginger and I went backpacking together was in August 2017. For this trip, Ginger chose the trail — Hercules Glades Wilderness, Pees Hollow trail, and I chose the route — Counter-clockwise. [14 Pictures]

Looking Across the Glades – Pees Hollow Trail. [1 picture]

Gary and the Truck Cab on the Pees Hollow Trail. [3 pictures]

‘Cab Creek’ [1 picture]

That’s One Way to Get Ginger to Laugh. [1 picture]

Pees Hollow Backpacking Trip – My new Hammock arrived last week and I couldn’t wait any longer to try it out. [54 pictures and lots of words]

Glades and Knobs – You cannot be a Brit (well this Brit anyway) and not snigger occasionally at the local term for a pointy hill – ‘knob’. [6 knob(ish) pictures]

Dodge Truck Hood [1 picture]

Brushy Creek [1 picture]

Gary Modestly Posing at Brushy Creek. [2 Pictures]

The Confluence of Brushy Creek and ‘Cab Creek’ [1 (big) picture]

Brushy Creek – The name is very well deserved, it is brushy almost to the point of being impassable. [6 pictures]

Black and White image of the Pees Hollow Trail , Hercules Glades, running through a wooded area.

A Clear Path – The trail through the woods was very clear here. [2 pictures]

View From The Ridge at the Start of the Pees Hollow Trail. One reason why I prefer fall, winter, and spring to summer is that you can see the views and the ‘bones’ of the land… [1 picture]

We had a little navigational problem getting started. The beginning of the western half of the Pees Hollow trail isn’t marked, and the trail isn’t much used. With all the fallen leaves we went past the start of the trail and had to backtrack. The views were well worth the effort.

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