By Becky Brewer
Taking a hike in January or the winter months, you can admire the beauty of ice on rocks, cliffs, and mountainsides where water flows over them.
This picture (right) was taken during a hike at Marble Creek located in Madison County. The ice was formed as it flowed down the mountainside from many natural springs located above.
The springs flow all year-round, but their locations are really noticed when ice forms on the rocky cliffs. You can enjoy the beauty even on a warmer day.
The ice formation sticks around for awhile because of the many layers made from the continual downward flow of the spring water.
So, do some winter hiking and exploring. Enjoy the beauty nature has to offer this time of the year. Take advantage of the fact that you don’t have to deal with ticks, chiggers, mosquitoes, and snakes.
That’s a big reason I like to get out in the winter; also to shake off some cabin fever.
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