Pan Hollow is a large, flat-bottomed quartzite gorge that supports a diversity of southern forest community types. Being situated between the large forested blocks of Pine Hollow and Baxter's Hollow, it is an integral part of the larger Baraboo Hills complex. From the intersection of US Highway 12 and State Highway 78 in Sauk City, go west on Highway 12 for 7.6 miles, then west on County Highway C for 3.7 miles, then continue west on Freedom Road for 1.7 miles, then west on Hilltop Road for 0.3 mile. Park and walk north into the site.
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- Howard Ogden posted 1 month ago
"Spotted our first blue bird of spring in the hollow. This area is not as accessible or as well marked as many of the other SNA in the Baraboo hills. We went in from the Hilltop Road Side, pulling off on to the shoulder by an old field road."
- Odysseas posted 1 year ago
"No parking and very hard to access in the summer. Almost impossible actually. No trails either. Looks amazing though. Coming back in the winter. Will update."