Hiking in Pennsylvania Wilds PA

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  • 222 Liberty St Warren, PA 16365-2304
    This 3.6 mile trail currently under construction will provide a slightly more aggressive trail experience for the avid hiker and mountian biker. The trail begins at the southwest corner of the...
  • H.C. 2, Box 130 Marienville, PA 16239
    814-927-6628
    Over 5 miles of open trail - no motorized vehicles allowed. Connects to Twin Lakes Trail at Route 138. Special note: Closed until 2005 or 06 because of downed trees and dangerous conditions.
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  • Route 666 Marienville, PA 16239
    814-362-4613
    Minister Creek offers a campground, fishing area, restrooms and trails. No reservations available.
  • SR 666 Sheffield, PA 16347
    814-362-4613
    Discover the Minister Creek Undeveloped Area in the Allegheny National Forest. Ascend amid house-sized boulders as you approach the Minister Valley Overlook. Make your way past the North Country...
  • 29 Forest Service Dr Bradford, PA 16701-6241
    814-362-4613
    The Allegheny National Forest hosts 315 wildlife species, including white-tailed deer, wild turkey and black bear.
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  • 3372 State Park Rd. Penfield, PA 15849
    814-765-0821
    Moshannon State Forest boasts an extensive 244-mile hiking trail system. Its largest is the Quehanna Trail, a designated state forest trail, traversing Moshannon from Parker Dam to Sinnemahoning in...
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  • 199 E. Cowley Run Rd Emporium, PA 15834
    814-486-5605
    Five miles of trails within Sizerville State Park. The hiking trail system offers a series of five loop trails. The Bottomlands, Campground and North Slope trails take the visitor through a variety...
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  • 8320 Rte. 337 Tidioute, PA 16351
    814-362-4613
    No mountain biking is permitted on the North Country Trail in the Allegheny National Forest.
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  • 423 E. Central Ave. South Williamsport, PA 17702
    570-327-3450
    The Old Loggers Path runs 27 miles through the Tiadaghton State Forest. Hike through acres of state forest land, most of which is in Lycoming County.
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  • H.C. 62, Box 9 Cross Fork, PA 17729-9701
    814-435-5000
    The 123-acre park is along the Kettle Creek Valley and is called the Black Forest because of its once dense tree cover, mountainous terrain and wildnerness habitat. ...
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