Fall is magic in Northeastern Ohio, but nothing is more magical than Stebbens Gulch.'
Stebbins Gulch is the crown jewel of The Holden Arboretum’s extensive natural areas, as well as one of the most unspoiled natural history preserves in northeast Ohio.
It is a deep ravine environment with its own microclimate and multiple forest zones. It displays one of the most complete sequences of exposed rocks in northeast Ohio, spanning 30 million years of marine sedimentation and five named geologic units. A strong sense of isolation and remoteness is retained even though it is only 25 miles from downtown Cleveland.
This hike is VERY limited, so the first 20 hikers will be the lucky ones. Unfortunately, we can not open it up to more people.
Be SURE to wear water proof EVERYTHING. You WILL get wet.