I would have preferred to take HaRVey the RV to the park and stay awhile but alas there are no electrical sites, unless you have a horse of course. This beautiful park caters to horsey people and you need to have one of the equine companions to reserve an electrical site.
So for one morning I needed to absorb as much of the park, since my afternoon was booked.
Observation Point is a must, giving you a wide view of the valley below at 1200 feet above sea level. A little overcast and windy but still worth the trip.
|Start of Hemlock Trail|
Ice Cave Trail was next on my list and a short walk brought me to a very secluded part of the park. Not so much of a cave but a shallow depression of eroded sandstone. I heard it's pretty neat in the winter the spring water creates a big hanging icicle.
This would be an easy snow covered hike.
Wish I had more time to play in the park but I had to get to my next destination.
The video of Observation Point doesn't do the view justice but I had to add it anyway.