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    Jordan Downer added Saved

    3 months ago

    Jordan Downer reviewed Blackhand Gorge Trail

    6 months ago

    Visited on 4/7/18. This paved trail would be great for a leisurely walk or bike ride. I made a two hour trip to run this path and it's side trails. The Quarry Rim Trail has some great views of a limestone quarry. The Chestnut Trail has some serious elevation gain with a decent view as payoff. You can access both trails from the main paved path. The wet bridge area has suffered from flooding, so it was extremely muddy when I went through. The Main Parking Lot is paved with quite a few spaces and a bathroom. The West Parking Lot is a small gravel lot off the side of the road. The area is well maintained and I would recommend if you live somewhat close. There is nothing spectacular here, but it's a nice little area to explore.

    Jordan Downer completed Blackhand Gorge Trail

    6 months ago

    Jordan Downer updated Trail Run Loop

    8 months ago

    Jordan Downer updated Trail Run Loop

    8 months ago

    Jordan Downer updated Trail Run Loop

    8 months ago

    Jordan Downer updated Trail Run Loop

    8 months ago

    Jordan Downer updated Trail Run Loop

    8 months ago

    Jordan Downer updated Trail Run Loop

    8 months ago

    Jordan Downer updated Fourteen Mile Loop

    8 months ago

    Jordan Downer reviewed Wolf Rocks Trail

    11 months ago

    Nice, mostly flat hike to a fantastic overlook. Roads to the trailhead parking lot are rough. I entered the GPS coordinates for the trailhead into my car's GPS, and it ended up taking me down a series of gravel roads until the road became someone's private driveway. I had to turn around and try a different direction until I was rerouted onto Laurel Summit Rd.

    Jordan Downer completed Wolf Rocks Trail

    11 months ago

    Jordan Downer reviewed LHHT-Rt. 653 to Grindle Ridge

    11 months ago

    There is plenty of parking at trailhead. Trail is well marked and easy to follow. There are a lot of rocks on this trail. You will be stepping over/on them the entire hike. We started the hike at 8:30am and got to the shelter area around lunchtime. We ate our packed lunches in the shelter area and then headed back. It was a great day hike for November.

    Jordan Downer added PA

    12 months ago