Cantwell Cliffs is one of the 7 major hiking trails of Hocking Hills State Park in southern Ohio.
The path is the most rugged in the park system, remote, and a one-way in and one-way out loop.
There are over two miles of trail with two loops, each being one mile.
It takes approximately 60 to 80 minutes to hike each loop of the trail.
HIKERS MUST REMAIN ON THE MARKED TRAIL. Well-behaved, non-aggressive pets are permitted on leash.
There is NO wading or swimming allowed in the waterfalls or creeks.
Cantwell Cliffs is a one-way in and one-way out loop trail with steps and beautiful views.
The trail is strenuous. There are also many steps. Cantwell Cliffs is the least crowded of the 7 areas and busier during the weekends.
Cantwell is also the most remote of the 7 trails.
7 different hiking areas of Hocking Hills State Park- Ash Cave, Old Man's Cave, Rock House, Conkle's Hollow, Cedar Falls, Cantwell Cliffs, and Whispering Cave
Cantwell Cliffs is known for its deep valleys and high cliffs.
There are seven major hiking areas in Hocking Hills State Park - All are one-way trail systems.
Ash Cave, Old Man's Cave, Rock House, Conkle's Hollow, Cedar Falls, Cantwell Cliffs, and Whispering Cave Trail. These park areas offer a unique experience for those who walk its paths no matter what season (the park is open year-round from dawn to dusk)—located on the southern edge of Hocking County. But those are just a handful. There are many hiking trails in the Hocking Hills include those at Wayne National Forest, Clear Creek Metro Parks, Lake Hope State Park, Vinton County Park District's Moonville Tunnel, and Hocking College's Robbins Crossing (with park programs) and the Athens Hock-Hocking Adena Rail Trail bikeway.