Angel Hollow is a cliff-bound tributary of Pine Creek in Laurel County, just before its confluence with the Rockcastle River. Part of the Daniel Boone National Forest, it contains numerous old growth hemlock and tulip trees, as well as some beautiful waterfalls. The forest was recently treated to protect the hemlock trees from the hemlock wooly adelgid, which would otherwise kill all of the hemlocks here. The focus of a recent Master's thesis, the old growth characteristics of Angel Hollow have been investigated in-depth using various structural and dendrochronological analyses. We hope to share some of that information here soon.