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  • Benton, Pennsylvania

    Falls Trail Loop in Ricketts Glen State Park

    4.9
    6.29 mi / 938 ft gain
    Ricketts Glen State Park in Pennsylvania sprawls over 13,050 acres in the Luzerne, Sullivan and Columbia counties. The park boasts a lake, 21 named waterfalls, diverse wildlife and old growth timber. There are two Falls Trails alternatives – a long and short loop. The long loop is 7.2 miles long...
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  • Benton, Pennsylvania

    Sullivan Falls

    0.1 mi
    Sullivan Falls is a beautiful roughly 30 foot waterfall near Ricketts Glen State Park, but in State Game Lands Number 13. There is a large parking area with a huge stone labeled 'Sullivan Falls' and from the lot it is more of a short walk vs a hike back a trail to the top of the falls. However, t...
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  • Dushore, Pennsylvania

    Hike the Haystacks Rapids and Dutchman Falls

    5.0
    3.9 mi / 425 ft gain
    The Haystacks is a great end of the overall Loyalsock Trail. It is easily accessible, and fairly a gentile trail, however, the beginning is still a relatively rocky and will require some initial effort. When the trail intersects the rail road grade, you can turn left and take the path with the ye...
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  • White Haven, Pennsylvania

    Kayak the Francis E. Walter Dam

    5.0
    The Francis E. Walter Dam, located in White Haven, Pennsylvania, is truly an amazing location. Constructed in 1961, Francis E. Walter Dam, has prevented nearly $180 million in flood damages to the Lehigh River Valley. The reservoir was designated for recreation use by Congress in 1988. While kaya...
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  • Muncy Valley, Pennsylvania

    Photograph Mineral Springs Falls

    0.25 mi
    Mineral Springs is a roadside waterfall near Worlds End State Park.  It is worth the stop to photograph and fairly easy to move around on either side of the run to get different angles.   This is a run not far from Canyon Vista which is another popular spot.  The waterfall sits just off Mineral ...
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  • Muncy Valley, Pennsylvania

    Photograph The Loyalsock Canyon Vista

    4.0
    Take a drive to World's End State Park through the Loyalsock Valley and enjoy a great view. Once you enter the state park via 154, drive past the main parking area and take a right onto Mineral Spring Road and follow it until you take a left onto Cold Run Road. The road up is about two miles - wh...
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  • Forksville, Pennsylvania

    High Rock Trail

    4.0
    1.31 mi / 427 ft gain
    World's End offers a ton of trails, some for the family, and some for the more adventurous. The High Rock Trail is one of the more difficult trails in the State Park and one of the shortest. Start by parking at the main parking lot just near the Visitor Center. Take a quick walk over the bridge t...
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  • Forksville, Pennsylvania

    Camp at World's End Park Campground

    5.0
    World's End Campground is tucked into a valley in the Loyalsock State Forest. Recreational opportunities abound here. Lay low and explore the valley, hike to the ridges and take in the views, or play in the Loyalsock creek which runs by the campground. The lush Pennsylvania wilderness makes for a...
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  • Muncy Valley, Pennsylvania

    Angel Falls

    4.0
    2.9 mi / 771 ft gain
    This is a moderate hike that does involve some uphill hiking to reach the top of the plateau and some downhill hiking to reach the base of the waterfall. Angel Falls is relatively easy to find though, with the Loyalsock Trail leading to a clear side trail that takes you straight to the top of the...
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  • Muncy Valley, Pennsylvania

    Gipson Falls

    1 mi
    Gipson Falls is the other waterfall on Falls Run just off the Loyalsock Trail.  There is a parking area for the Loyalsock Trail on Brunnerdale Road just off of Ogdonia Road.  From the parking follow the Loyalsock Trail along the run for about .5 miles, once the Loyalsock Trail turns right and he...
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  • Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania

    Shades of Death Trail

    4.5
    1.89 mi / 223 ft gain
    The trailhead and parking are available by the park office or along PA 534 by the nature center and amphitheater. This trail is beautiful and seemed to change around every bend. Sand Spring Run flows alongside the entire trail. Rock formations and rhododendron mix with remains of a logging mill a...
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  • Hillsgrove, Pennsylvania

    Dry Run Falls in the Loyalsock State Forest

    4.0
    One of the most accessible waterfalls in all of Pennsylvania, Dry Run Falls is right along Dry Run Road in the Loyalsock State Forest. You can see the falls from the road and a short walk from the parking area will bring you down to a great vantage point for photos. You can also walk to the top ...
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  • Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania

    Explore Boulder Field in Hickory Run State Park

    3.0
    Boulder Field is easily found following signs in Hickory Run State Park and has its own parking lot. Boulder Field is a small piece of landscape leftover from the last ice advance thousands of years ago. It covers an area of 400 feet wide by 1,800 feet long and about 10 feet deep. Boulders rang...
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  • Forksville, Pennsylvania

    High Bridge Falls/Hoagland Branch

    This beautiful photogenic spot in Loyalsock State Forest is viewable as you drive by, but be sure to stop and take some photos. The Hoagland Branch Road (gravel forest road) drives right by this scenic waterfall and waterway, you will see it while crossing on a small bridge. There is a pull off ...
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  • Albrightsville, Pennsylvania

    Hawk Falls in Hickory Run State Park

    4.1
    0.68 mi / 108 ft gain
    Hawk Falls is located in Hickory Run State Park, Pennsylvania in the Poconos Mountains. The trail is mostly downhill, with some slippery sections so wear adequate shoes and take caution when you approach the falls. A rock outcrop at the top of the falls makes for a great lookout point. The 0.7 ou...
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  • Williamsport, Pennsylvania

    Rough Hill Trail

    1.94 mi / 663 ft gain
    Access to Rough Hill Trail is easy to locate, it is the same parking as Sandy Bottom Access to the Loyalsock Creek and there is a large sign at the turn off on route 87.   Once you are in the parking area, there is clear signage for the trail and it is blazed yellow initially following back past ...
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