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Emporium, Pennsylvania

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  • Emporium, Pennsylvania

    Drive Ridge Road in Elk State Forest

    3 mi
    A drive along Ridge Road will bring you to five scenic vistas looking out over remote Elk State Forest.  You can drive the road and simply stop at the vistas, or you can do an out and back hike from anywhere along the road. On my last visit, I parked at the southern most vista, Square Timber Vist...
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  • Benezette, Pennsylvania

    Photograph Elk at the Elk Country Visitor Center

    5.0
    The aptly named Pennsylvania County (Elk County) is a must for anyone looking to understand why the PA Wilds logo looks the way it does. Setting aside a whole day is a must. It will be enough time for most, but for others, there will never be enough time.Depending on which direction you are comin...
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  • Driftwood, Pennsylvania

    Table Falls

    The Quehanna Wild Area is an amazing place and Table Falls is one of the easy to get to spots to explore. There is a small parking for a couple cars on the forest road, Red Run Road. The road will have a U bend over Paige Run and parking is just after the bridge. There is a sign and some blazes ...
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  • Coudersport, Pennsylvania

    Camp at Cherry Springs State Park

    4.6
    1 mi
    Cherry Springs State Park was my first ever International Dark Sky Park and it stole my heart, and I promise it will steal yours too.The park itself is very quaint, but don't let it's size deter you! The park is still as remote and wild as it was nearly two centuries ago, and that's nearly imposs...
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  • Kane, Pennsylvania

    Exploring Kinzua Bridge State Park

    4.6
    Considered the Eighth Wonder of the World when it was built, the Kinzua Viaduct is truly amazing and a must see. The Kinzua Viaduct or Kinzua Bridge was built in 1881 and rebuilt in 1990 where it served as the world's tallest and longest railroad structure for a few years. In 2003 an F1 tornado s...
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  • North Bend, Pennsylvania

    Take in the View from Hyner View State Park Overlook

    5.0
    Hyner View State Park is located in North Central Pennsylvania Between Lock Haven and Renovo on Route 120 along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River.The park has plenty of parking, picnic areas and spectacular views.  What makes this State Park unique is the foot launch for hang gliders and p...
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  • Lock Haven, Pennsylvania

    Hike the Ruth Will Trail

    3 mi
    Their is a large gravel parking area about 12 miles north of Haneyville on route 44.  Parking is on the east side of route 44.The trailhead is on the opposite side of the road, follow the trails blue blazes right to hike the loop counter clockwise.  The trail initially parallels route 44.The trai...
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  • Brown Township, Pennsylvania

    Hike the Gas Line Ridge Loop

    3.8 mi / 900 ft gain
    Park at the end of Naval Run Road, at the end of the road to the right, follow the sign for Lance Raisch Trail marked with yellow blazes.  This is the first of three trails that this loop will use.  The Lance Raisch Trail climbs in elevation along Naval Run and after about a quarter mile will ins...
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  • Brown Township, Pennsylvania

    Hike the Hemlock Mountain Loop

    5.0
    6.48 mi / 1200 ft gain
    The trail starts where Naval Run Road ends. Follow the the blue blazes into Naval Run. After crossing Naval Run continue right up an old logging skid trail along the run. The trail will intersect with the Black Forest Trail at Naval Run Falls.The trail will follow the orange blazes of Black Fo...
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  • Slate Run, Pennsylvania

    Backpack the Black Forest Trail

    42 mi / 8550 ft gain
    The Black Forest Trail is an orange blazed horseshoe loop with many options for a starting point which over the years due to reroutes may make the trail a little longer than 42 miles . I started at the traditional trailhead on Slate Run Road and hiked counter clockwise. Many consider this trail t...
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  • Cammal, Pennsylvania

    Hike the Bob Webber Trail

    4.0
    3.4 mi / 1220 ft gain
    To get to the Bob Webber Trail, start by heading up one of the most beautiful valleys in Pennsylvania: Pine Creek. Shortly after Waterville jump onto 414 and enjoy the drive past Cammal. About one mile after Cammal you will come to the Ross Run parking area on the left and you are there. The Bob ...
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  • Wellsboro, Pennsylvania

    Explore the Waterfalls at Campbells Run

    1.5 mi
    In order to access Campbells Run, park at the Tiadaghton Pine Creek Rail Trail parking. There are restrooms at this parking lot. The road in does not have winter maintenance and is steep in places. From the parking walk back the rail trail to Campbells Run which comes out between two cabins, a sm...
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  • Wellsboro, Pennsylvania

    Turkey Path

    4.3
    1.72 mi / 748 ft gain
    This is a fairly steep trail with many switchbacks, which makes it an easy hike down and a tough one back. But don't worry there are bridges and stairs to help you out. It is also family friendly, but make sure you plan on taking on the added weight if you have young children with you. We went wi...
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  • Wellsboro, Pennsylvania

    Hike Leonard Harrison SP's Overlook Trail to Otter View

    4.3
    0.6 mi
    This is a simple .6 mile trail that starts around the bathrooms and loops past Otter View.The trail itself is an easy hike. Otter View is a great spot for a family hike. By the bathrooms are different spots to get amazing views. The upper level is handicap accessible and there are steps down to a...
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  • Wellsboro, Pennsylvania

    Barbour Rock Loop

    2.64 mi / 331 ft gain
    The parking can be found along Colton Road heading toward Colton Point State Park. There is a large sign opposite the parking and the trail is a wide gravel path through the woods. It is 0.7 miles walk on the path to the vista suitable for anyone. You then have the option to head back or create ...
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  • Morris, Pennsylvania

    Hike to Pine Island Vista

    5.0
    5.1 mi
    The access to this trail is from a mountain road, Clay Mine Road. From Stony Fork, follow Dibble Hill Road to Clay Mine Road, once on Clay Mine Road, follow into the forest and park at the first gravel parking area on the right. You will see the unmarked trail at the rear of the parking startin...
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