Twin Falls is a 7.1 mile loop trail located near Davidson Twp, PA and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
A great hike along some streams and with water falls State Game Lands #13 Start on the trail along Heberly Run past Twin Falls and Lewsi Falls, at the fork in the stream take the right hand fork. As you climb follow the trail as it leaves the stream, goes along the crest of the hill and joins Sullivan branch, follow down stream to where it joins Big Run and back to where you left your car.
Awesome trail! We found this trail on AllTrails but the directions were not the best. We found a good guide here (http://www.midatlantichikes.com/sgl13.htm) that list the exact route and how to navigate the falls. The hike starts by walking the West stream not Grassy Hollow Road. Once you get to the East side be careful when you are coming up to Ore Run. There is a "road" that you can continue on that brings you out to the main road. You can bailout on this road or you can continue to follow the stream at this point. If you choose to follow the stream you are going to see some amazing water falls. Once you get down to Pigeon Run you will see a beautiful waterfall on your left. Continue for about .25 miles and on your left you will see a small clearing. Follow that clearing up to the top of the access road to finish the last leg of the hike.
It starts and ends with road walking, but the waterfalls 1/3 and 2/3 of the way are worth it. The second one you have to veer off onto another trail for a short distance to see it, as its behind a parking area with no swimming signs. The north part is hard to follow as it is not a well beaten path, just keep looking for horse prints in the mud. Definitely worth the trip.
Nice trail - good combo of waterfalls and some elevation gain but not unmanageable. There are nettles on many parts of the trail in the summer so wear long pants!!
The trail is like a wide and easy to follow but not blazed. It begins just after the second parking area on the left. We used my Garmin GPS which surprisingly had the trail on the topo 24k map. I live nearby, but never heard anyone mention the trail. After all the recent rain the many creeks and waterfalls were spectacular. You do have to cross many small streams and one larger stream. Some had logs to cross, others we just rock hopped. The last stream to get back to the car required that I remove my socks and boots to get across, but with my trekking poles it was no problem. alternatively, you could walk an extra mile down the road to cross a bridge the back the extra mile or so to get back to your vehicle. Somewhere around mile 5 there is the remains of an old small building. Only the stone fireplace is still intact but it is an interesting sight. On top we had a cover of light snow, but it was just wet below. I will definitely hike this trail again.