We had heard about Devil's Honeycomb several month's back and we finally had a good chunk of time to go find it. If I have learned anything on our Missouri adventures, it's that just "Googling" someplace and then expect the GPS to get you there. (Unless you just love exploring gravel roads, then go ahead.) After we found the trailhead, this hike was a nice easy one. It was raining, so we almost had the whole place to ourselves.
Fairly quickly, we realized that there had been a fire recently. The burn marks made the scenery really interesting.
At the end of our trail, we found the formations that we were looking for. We had seen pictures of Devil's Postpile NM on California and I was expecting something of that size. It really wasn't. And Missouri didn't have the glaciers that Northern California did to scrape off the tops, so they looked very different than we expected. It was so neat to see and experience first hand!
Kay and Matt enjoy hiking all over the USA. We have a YouTube Channel to video our adventures, this blog, and we are working on building an app to allow others to go on adventures too.
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