Wolf Rocks (Appalachian Trail) is a 5.5 mile out and back trail located near Bangor, Pennsylvania that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
From Fox Gap it's a cake walk until about 50 yards from Wolf Rocks. Beautiful skilled climb up WRocks. Great views. Worth it.
It was a lovely trail, especially in the fall. It is really rocky, but the view is worth it!
Great hike, very rocky but worth it. Great view atop wolf rocks.
haven't done it yet but plan on next year
An easy trail with just enough climbing to get the blood pumping. Great views and very clean.
An amazing view from the top of the rocks and a perfect spot to view the sunset.
Excellent for a day hike; easy but satisfying; not too many great views until on top of Wolf Rocks
I hike this trail today and it was very nice. I'm pretty overweight from lack of exercise and still found it to be an easy hike. I have to say that we were only about a 10th of a mile from the rocks when my daughters hands got cold and we turned around and went back we will attempt it again in two weeks.
Fun rocks to climb over!
Easy scenic hike! Be cautious climbing on the rocks. Not a crowded trail, small parking lot, some through hikers on the AT stoped here to chat with us. Beautiful view, makes for a great time!
Well marked, great views.
So fun! Watch out for bears and snakes though...
A great day trip for adventurers of any level. Be careful where you step, like the rest of the AT, this section is rocky but once you reach the big boulders of Wolf Rocks there is a beautifully rewarding view.
Great hike. Mostly level until you get to the rocks. On a rainy / wet day the rocks can be slippery so be careful. Once you get to the top it is well worth it. The view is great. Oh and watch for basking snakes in the rocks!
The trail is pretty easy and it's not hard to find. Rocks along the path require you to watch your step, but overall it's a leisurely trip to the big rocks. Once you get to the Wolf Rocks, they're fun to climb and the view is pretty nice.
Nice flat trail. Bouldering or climbing near wolf rocks.
Nice view formt he rocks