Ananthan July 01, July 01,
Yes, dogs on or off leash should be fine. I have not verified that either of those statements are correct. I can tell you there are no signs to that effect at the trailhead, as there are at nearby Lost Valley and the Compton trailhead. Hideout Hollow appears to be just inside the boundary of the Buffalo National River, so it probably is within the jurisdiction of the Park Service.
Pets are not allowed on trails within the Buffalo National River, with the exception of the Mill Creek trail and the Buffalo Point campground trails.
No, not at all friendly to your big bike. The trailhead is 3. This is an easy hike, at least to the top of the falls. Our actual hiking time was only about 20 minutes each way.
There are a couple of small creeks to cross, but I would still rate this an easy hike. I had not really done any preparatory work for hiking Hideout Hollow, but I knew where it was, less than a half hour from Sweden Creek.
Why not see this one since it was in the area and the bulk of the driving was already done? Compton post office To get there, go to the small community of Compton, 8. The small Compton post office will be on the left coming from Ponca.
Turn right on the gravel road across the highway from the post office. At least that is what the road sign says. And my road map calls it NC All I can tell you is that I'm going with the road sign.
At the first intersection, turn right to stay on NC Stay on NC and go a total of 3. There will be a place to park on the right, and a sign pointing to the Hideout Hollow trail. Boomer and I set off down the trail. I didn't need it. The trail is well defined and easy to follow.
It is blazed with white rectangular markers similar to that used on the OHT, but not as well done. You really don't need the trail blazes either, since the trail is very easy to follow. After crossing a decent sized creek, the trail goes across the knob and follows the top of the bluffline around to Hideout Hollow Falls.
I have heard this waterfall needs a good deal of water to look its best, so we must have had those conditions today. Hideout Hollow Falls 37 ft Just viewing a waterfall from the top is not really my cup of tea. Unfortunately, Boomer and I looked around quite a bit, going down the bluff on both sides trying to find a break in the bluffline.
If anything, the drop off appeared to get higher and more sheer than it was at Hideout Hollow Falls itself. This predicament is exactly why I always try to do my homework the night before a hike and study the topo maps, Google Earth, and anything else I can find.
Since it looked like a thunderstorm was brewing, Boomer and I gave up on our search for a bluffline break and headed back to the car.Southbound traffic is affected with right lane blocked.
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