Glen Onoko Run Trail is a 4.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Weatherly, PA that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until November.
an awesome hike with some really great views and scenery
The four mile loop was a great way to go. Everyone else turns back around at the top instead of continuing the trail so on the way down you get some peace and quiet. We will be back for the fall colors!
Beautiful picturesque hike. Be careful. Very steep, my ears were hurting a little at the top! 875ft elevation gain. Trail isn't marked very well but we found our way. Can't wait to go back
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Great place but nicer when school is in session not as many stoner nucklelheads.
Gorgeous falls that you can stand right under and a great overlook! Well worth the arduous climb
Saw deer on the way to the over look!! Such beautiful falls. I'm going back ASAP!! Be careful. There are parts that are very narrow, steep, and slippery.
Great climb clockwise but we didn't reach the summit. Falls are beautiful and dramatic.
Really fun little hike, the trails weren't marked very well but we made do. Saw several deer, plenty of evidence of coyotes along the top. Probably one of the most enjoyable hikes I've done in Pennsylvania.
Omg! AMAZING! Recommended love taking my 12,11,9 &3 yr olds and spending the day... Safety first is very important
Left early in the morning and got a great parking spot in the shade of the front parking lot. Most difficult part was finding the trail head, but once that was figured out, there were enough orange trail blazes to guide the way. We went the clockwise route, following the waterfalls up, then taking a right at the fire ring. Had a lovely walk through the woods on the way back down.
Beautiful, yet somewhat difficult hike. We had no difficulty following this trail and found it to be very well marked despite what others are saying. We followed the explicit directions as posted here http://www.eastcoasthiker.com/?s=glen+onoko As we entered the park, we saw many people heading in the opposite direction that we did. There were orange blazes on trees and rocks frequently along the trail as we headed up the falls and hiked back down away from the falls. Maybe this was why so many people had difficulty? They hiked up behind and then down the falls, so they didn't see the markers as clearly?
Good hike with beautiful waterfalls.
Only bad thing: it is not marked well,you get lost looking for the next marking.
TIP: Try to find or download a map.