Explore the Allegheny Nat'l Forest Recreation Area while hiking through one of the only roadless areas in the forest. You'll see rock ledges, large boulders and steep slopes near the reservoir. Most of the area is heavily forested in second growth timber, primarily oak scattered with beech, black cherry and hickory. Hemlock grows along the streams and some magnificent old white pines are here if you look! Wildlife is plentiful. Features parking, restrooms and camping. Nested loops let you choose your path. Range is anywhere from 2.3 to 33.69 miles. Marked with off-white or blue plastic markers on portions shared by North Country National Scenic Trail. Location: Take Rte 346 18 miles west of Bradford to SR 321. Turn left on SR 321 S. Follow SR 321 to the Tracy Ridge Campground entrance. Turn right into the campground. Or take SR 59 from Marshburg to its intersection with SR 321 N. Turn right onto 321 and follow it to the Tracy Ridge Campground entrance. Turn left into the campground.