Six lady TrailBlazers went to scenic Devil's Den State Park to hike Yellow Rock Trail.

Although the forecast was for 90-plus temperature, the weather was very pleasant. There were a lot of people in the park enjoying the rugged scenery. The only negative was the lack of water flowing in the drainage areas.  After reaching Yellow Rock and enjoying the view, we hiked the upper trail to the Hwy 170 parking area where we rested in the shelter before heading back to the cars.  With the shade and the nice breeze, it was comfortable hiking.  After eating lunch at the spillway, four of us drove to the parking area for the trail to the Moonshiners Cave.  The trail is very rocky and rough.  The Cave is a large rock overhang that was enclosed by a rock wall.