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hiking
21 hours ago

Very nice trail, well marked. joins up with be at Allegheny passage, take that and wander around the fern trails. Not very strenuous and Cucumber Falls is amazing

Great trail, if you start on the paved path, lots of beautiful creek scenes, cover bridge. Once you hit the blue its a mile of uphill. You get a break before its uphill again. Then you get to the orange you are at the peak, its up and down. By the end I suggest tucking yourself into a ball and roll down the hill, your legs are useless by now

My son & I spent 6 hours hiking the perimeter trail. Scenic & challenging hike. Severely muddy from almost 10 straight days of rain so we expected & prepared for it. I do wish the trail was better marked. My only real "complaint" would be that the trail ends at the creek with no way to cross. It took about 1 hour of brutal backtracking to get to a place to cross. I will certainly do it again, and simply avoid the dead end.

We went to this trail and planned on backpacking but there was a big sign that said camping was prohibited on PA state game lands and also signs about public hunting taking place. Kind of freaked us out so we went somewhere else. Trail looked narrow but well marked and there was a public parking lot.

Good trail. Picked a bad day full of rain but the trail is so well-kept.

I only hiked about 3.5 miles in because of limited daylight. Trail is VERY well marked. Yellow blazes mark the trail from the parking lot to the main NCT. After that, follow the blue blazes. I never questioned if I was following the proper pathway. Beautiful autumn hike. I did not see one other human the entire 3.5 miles in or the 3.5 miles back to the car.

The waterfall isn’t worth mentioning but it’s a decent place to hike close to the city.
The yellow trail is over an abandoned mine and it is apparent from the sink holes. The mine is also evidenced by the bone dry terrain. All other trails were deep in mud.

Very pretty area, good for a quick hike. Raven’s Rock was my favorite trail (That’s where everyone gets those cool pictures)

hiking
2 months ago

One of my favorite trails, such an awesome view. Watch for rattlesnakes!

hiking
2 months ago

Love this trail. Spots are muddy, some hills and part of the path you walk over lots of rocks. Lots of things to see, definitely not a boring trail. Love the view from Wolf Rocks. Spots can be a little overgrown with thorn bushes and some spots you have to walk through mud so wear good boots.

Easy get lost.
need post which way.

hiking
3 months ago

Very clear and well kept trail. Incredible views from the top!

3 months ago

Well marked trail with lots in a short hike. Waterfall, river, and great rock formations and springs.

hiking
3 months ago

Started at Kentuck Campground (very close by). Trail was relatively muddy a d slick but well marked. The sections which are distant from the river are unremarkable. The portion along the river and Cucumber Falls make the trek worthwhile. I did the entire trail and cut through town, across the river on the Graet Allegheny Passage trail and got back on the trail to return to my campsite. That worked well but last mile was a lungbuster.

hiking
3 months ago

Great easy hike with a fantastic view at the end! It’s relatively easy, trail ground ranging from large gravel to mud to dry ground with some roots. Hiking in it is mostly a slight downhill grade which creates a slightly more difficult return. There is also a pretty steep incline up to the summit but it isn’t too lengthy! Definitely good for anyone wanting a short hike!

Check out the photos I uploaded for the treat you are in for at the top!

Cool easy out and back with a good view

Was there 2 weeks ago right after the reminants of Hurricane Florence came through. The trail was basically a running stream and you almost always had to watch where you were stepping. Found a tiny waterfall along the actual creek running along the side. Going in is a gradual down hill walk then you get to the steep incline at the end. Once you get up on the rocks, the views make it all worth while. The power lines do take away from it a little but if they weren't there, there may have never been a trail up there.
Will be trying to get back when the leaves are changing!

Woke up early and hiked this trail (absolutely recommend) as the sun came up. Better view than Coopers in my opinion, definitely worth the hike. Power lines take away from the scenery but I think they look somewhat unique with the setting.

hiking
3 months ago

Wolf rocks is a great place for a 2-3 hour loop trail hike and looking for a great view at the end of it! It’s perfect for a mild to moderate hike. Just be prepared to climb around on the large rocks at the end. Wear good footwear and be sure to have good footing! Nothing to catch you if you fall!

hiking
4 months ago

meh. muddy, rocky and the view has these huge power lines in the way.

We loved this hike! beautiful woods, rock formations and stream. having 2 little ones backpacked on us made it a little challenging but the loop to Cascades & flat Rock then back to parking lot was about 1.5 miles so definitely doable with the kids. We spent the whole day at the Cascades. there were great shallow pools for our 2 year old to splash in for hours!

My mom and I went on this trail for a quick hike this morning. It starts in a brutal open field that is not very well maintained, but if you follow the map on this app, you’ll find the trail head eventually at the top. Once you get into the woods, it’s a pretty decent trail for about a mile and a half. But then you’re right back walking on the paved trail with all the bikers. I’d go back, but I would rather do the perimeter trail and hopefully be in the woods for the full trail.

if it wasnt for the wires its would be a beautiful view

hiking
4 months ago

Stunning views!! Most of the trail was almost like a creek bed and I don’t think it’s from recent rain. You could tell paths were carved out off of the trail to go around the muddy parts. Most of the trail was very easy until the very last quarter mile up to the overlook!

hiking
4 months ago

This is one of my favorite trails to hike around Morgantown, mainly for the view payoff at the end of the trail. It is becoming increasingly popular so can be busy at times. The trail itself is very rocky and muddy in spots. I have to pay attention to every step as to make sure I don't twist my ankle. Easy walk until the final ascent which is very steep and walking back is a gradual climb.
I hike out to Ravens Rock several times a year, always go back for more.

Kind of muddy and rocky, but it had just recently rained. Not too strenuous of a hike until the last hill, but beautiful views from the top.

Took my 5 and 7 year old nieces hiking to the waterfall! Was extremely muddy but a fun trail hike! I recommend hiking boots. The brush is overgrown in many parts! The trees make the trip enjoyable in the summer with all the shade but lots of bugs buzzing so be sure to spray yourself with bug spray. Hilly in places so rough when muddy. Started down pouring when we got to the waterfall so ended up doing the rest of the trail ankle deep water and mud the entire way to the car. Was def an adventure and hope to go back when it’s not raining and muddy. Was a fun trail and an adventure for sure. There is a picnic table at the waterfall so you can enjoy a picnic or rest if needed.

hiking
5 months ago

A bit hilly and rocky. The view is better here than from Coopers Rock. Less crowded too.

hiking
5 months ago

Beautiful view. The view here is better than the one from Coopers Rock overlook and is less crowded. The trail is on a stream bed so it can be slippery after a rain shower.

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