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    hiking
    rocky
    snow
    4 days ago

    Fun trail! You are rewarded relatively quickly into the hike with views from Giants Ledge, and Panther mountain is really nice too.

    I did this hike on March 17th without crampons (this was an accident, but we were already there and drove 3 hours) and that was a very bad idea. I fell many times and got pretty banged up. There is a lot of ice that has a thin layer of snow, so you don’t realize it until it’s a little too late.

    Great hike, but wouldn’t recommend without crampons in the winter.

    hiking
    2 months ago

    One of my favorite places in Bucks County. Was lucky enough to grow up a few minutes from here and it's still one of my go to spots when I want to get out in nature!

    hiking
    2 months ago

    Sweet hike! The view at the end is awesome and is not crowded at all.

    Nice day hike if you are local. Nota challenging hike, but enough to get the blood flowing.

    Great views. You can pretty much walk on the ledge for 180 degrees around the top! Can't wait to camp here in Summer.

    hiking
    Saturday, October 28, 2017

    I would recommend parking in the main lot when you first turn in if you're looking to maximize the time you spend getting there. Even with doing that, you'll probably only spend a total of 50-60 minutes walking to and from the spot.

    To get to the view that you see in the pictures:

    1. Keep following the gravel road, and eventually you will reach a part of the road that is like a large hill. You should be able to make out a house or two on your left at this point.

    2. At this point, start keeping your eye out for a trail to your right. It will still be a short walk up the road, but it's coming up. The best way I can describe this is that it's the first trail you'll see with an upside triangle sticker on a tree that is indicating you cannot bike on the trail. (There is an identical sign on a path basically right across from where you need to go, so don't get confused.)

    3. Once you make it on the path it's self-explanatory. It's only about a 10 minute walk to get to the view!