My wife and I decided to hike up to the Alum Cave on December 26, 2012. Temp. that morning was around 29 degrees at the beginning of the hike. The trail and trees were covered with a light blanket of snow. The trees looked like they had been dipped in powdered sugar, The trail up to the cave is very negotiable and scenic. Due to the cold, there was a lot of ice on the rocks making walking a challenge but very do-able. Look out for the 4 foot ice cycles hanging off the bluff, that were periodically falling off due to higher temps in the afternoon. We are looking forward to making the trip up to the summit in the near future.
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