Choke Creek Trail

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Choke Creek Trail ist ein 6.1 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Rundweg in der Nähe von Gouldsboro, Pennsylvania. Er führt durch schönen Wald, vorbei an herrlichen Aussichtspunkten und es gibt schöne Wildblumen und oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Die Route ist das ganze Jahr über zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 6.1 miles Höhenunterschied: 344 feet Routentyp: Rundweg

angeleinte Hunde

kinderfreundlich

Angeln

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Naturausflüge

Spazieren

Vogelbeobachtung

Laufen

Wald

Aussicht

Wildblumen

Wildtiere

wandern
ausgewaschen
käfer
schlammig
überwachsen
7 months ago

Terrible hike! Swampy , muddy , overgrown unmaintained trails. Between trying to navigate around the swampiness and picking off over 17 TICKS... i couldn’t wait to get off this trail. Definitely not kid or pet friendly. Big disappointment. Will not be going back

ausgewaschen
käfer
schlammig
steinig
überwachsen
7 months ago

choke swamp mudhole, nothing but rocks and roots and you get about a half mile in before it's just hopelessly flooded out with nasty smelling swamp water, pics are very misleading, I tried to do this loop in April then on June 8th, the mosquitos and bugs are crazy but that's because most of the trail is swamped, unless you have hip waiters don't bother

wandern
käfer
8 months ago

Ticks!!! Check yourself for ticks- they seemed to be mostly dog ticks, but oh my god- so many!

rucksacktour
Tue May 30 2017

Great beginner trail that provides a wilderness experience but limited to a short trail. Some places are thick to traverse.

Thu May 11 2017

Very cool trail. Camp along Choke Creek. Trail goes through some tall mountain laurel, like going through a tunnel. Nice over nighter to test out some new equipment.

wandern
Sat Dec 03 2016

was really a great hike! took us 3 hours n we took 2 extra side trails beside choke trail. follow the orange then yellow markers for the nature trail NOT Butler trail. lots of cool beaver dams n beautiful stream scenery. trail is flood out in some places due to dams. easy to reroute n find trail again. for a novice walking stick is a good idea leaves covered rocks roots n branches

wandern
Mon Nov 28 2016

This is a really nice trail. Not much elevation gain or sweeping views but the diversity in terrain and scenery is great. You walk through a mountain laurel jungle and exit into spruce and hemlock along a stream. There is a lot of beaver activity and plenty of places to stop and enjoy lunch or some quiet time. The second half is a less interesting hardwood forest along the state boundary with a sportsman club. It ends with a 1.5 mile walk along a large grass road and Tannery Rd. Here is the PROBLEM, the trail appears to be well marked as you follow the orange blazes. The thing is, the orange blazes do not mark the Choke Creek trail, they mark the Pinchot Trail of which Choke Creek is a part of. There is no where that this is indicated; no info at the trailheard and no signage along the way. Just before about 4 miles there is a junction the indicates Nature Trail or Butler Trail. What happened to Choke or Pinchot? Butler continues with the orange blazes and is well maintained. Nature Trail is not initially marked and appears small and not well traveled. Even though Butler appears to be the correct trail to stay on the loop - IT IS NOT. Take the nature trail. It is about .5 miles long and brings you out onto the large grass road. The trail is marked yellow.

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Wed May 31 2017

aufgezeichnet fail trail

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Thu Jun 23 2016