Hawk Mountain Sanctuary via Skyline Trail is a 4.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Kempton, Pennsylvania that features a great forest setting and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.
This rugged, ridge top trail follows the spine of the Kittatiney down over North Lookout, crosses East Rocks (a scenic overlook) and meets the AT 2.5 miles from North Lookout. This scenic hike is recommended only for experienced hikers. There is a 10 ft. vertical climb just off of North Lookout. Find the trail by way of the Lookout Trail from the visitors center. The Lookout Trail is blazed in orange, and the Skyline Trail is blazed in blue.
Good hiking, good views. Lots of wildlife. Definitely worth seeing
You can see the same views for free on the Appalachian trail.
Loved it here. Hiking boots or shoes should be worn. You do have to pay but I was ok with that. It was $9. There was a lot of people but the majority stayed on the main paths. I was there for several hours exploring. The light blue trail does require climbing on boulders. Views are spectacular. Great pics.
Great hiking trails and some incredible views. The trails are VERY rocky. I walked up to the south lookout then took the river of rocks trail to Golden Eagle (which is very steep) to the skyline trail. Skyline was really fun! It wasn't to strenuous but you do a bit of rock climbing if you take your time you'll have a great time. They say between 3 - 4 hrs, if you have any experience and are in reasonable shape, it shouldn't take you anymore than 3, unless you stop and take in some of the views.
Perfect day! Great views! Nice training grounds for bigger adventure.
Very hard trail but the views are amazing! Can't wait to go back!
It's difficult because of steep rocks you have to strategically climb down, but the challenge makes it fun. Make sure you wear shoes with grip! This trail is a must if you are visiting Hawk Mountain.
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This is an incredible hike, easy 5 star. Their is a lot to experiance and you do not have to kill yourself to see some cool stuff. Check out my full write up along with directions and things to look out for.