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    Joy E Gamble reviewed Plum Dungeon Falls

    2 months ago

    When you come to the trail it is divided by Miller farm road, take the trail head on the right side to get to plum dungeon falls. The trail is mostly uphill but not difficult. It's well marked with yellow blazes and the trail is clear but a bit muddy in areas. I did not see any other hikers, it was nice and quiet. I took my dog with me on a leash, there are hunters in the area so wear bright clothes. You will eventually come to the sign for the falls but it's on the ground, if you look to your right you'll see a bench to view the falls.

    Joy E Gamble completed Plum Dungeon Falls

    2 months ago

    Joy E Gamble completed Ernst Trail

    2 months ago

    Joy E Gamble added Ernst Trail

    2 months ago

    Joy E Gamble added Skinny Dip Falls

    2 months ago

    Joy E Gamble reviewed Sidewalk Trail to Lighthouse

    3 months ago

    Easy trail with a paved very narrow path about 2 feet wide. It is currently very overgrown and buggy, definitely wear a insect repellent. There are a few areas on the trail that are like sink holes next to the paved trail, if I hadn't looked down I'd have stepped right in, not sure how deep these go. The trail leads to a historic lighthouse and beaches. Trail is dog friendly for leashed pets.

    Joy E Gamble saved Gerard Trail

    3 months ago

    Joy E Gamble saved Ernst Trail

    3 months ago

    Joy E Gamble reviewed Oak Leaf Loop

    3 months ago

    Very nice trail, well maintained and scenic. The trail does have gravel and there was quite a bit of horse feces which are cons for me, but I did enjoy seeing all the horses while hiking. There's a pond with lots of beautiful flowers, a creek, and a suspension bridge. This trail is dog friendly, with lots of benches for brakes. If you plan on taking your pup across the bridge wait till it's clear, it is very shakey, too much traffic will make it unstable. My dog crossed it twice slowly and with reassurance. I would absolutely hike this trail again.

    Joy E Gamble completed Oak Leaf Loop

    3 months ago

    Joy E Gamble reviewed Battle's Historical Interpretive Trail

    3 months ago

    Quick easy trail, well maintained, but nothing extra special. It's a "one and done" kind of trail.

    Joy E Gamble saved Rhor Hill Loop

    3 months ago

    Joy E Gamble saved Springfield Falls

    3 months ago

    Joy E Gamble saved Wilhelm Trail

    3 months ago

    Joy E Gamble saved Pioneer Falls

    3 months ago

    Joy E Gamble saved Kaymoor Trail

    4 months ago

    Joy E Gamble saved Adams Falls Loop

    4 months ago

    Joy E Gamble reviewed Skinny Dip Falls Trail

    4 months ago

    The trail is a quick one, all down hill, not scenic, very rocky with divots. When you reach the creek take a left to view the waterfall. The creek has some nice areas to view aside from the waterfall. It's also a nudist area which is clearly marked on multiple rocks you'll see. It was worth it to see the waterfall but the trail itself is boring, not a place I'd go back to unless I become a nudist.

    Joy E Gamble completed Skinny Dip Falls Trail

    4 months ago

    Joy E Gamble reviewed Allegheny Gorge Trail

    4 months ago

    This trail is gorgeous and is a little more of a workout which I liked. When you pull into the parking area take the gate furthest to your right, you walk that trail and will come to a Kennerdell trail sign, follow it. Eventually you will come to a fork with 3 paths but only 2 signs. One will say Iron Furnace Trail to your right and the center trail currently has no sign, you can follow that center trail to the overlook which is an easy hike. You can continue on to hike the Dennison run trail which is clearly marked by yellow on the trees. This is where you will encounter the declines, suspension bridges, and inclines. If you follow this trail it is a loop and will bring you back to the original fork with the 2 signs I mentioned. Torwards the end of the trail when the ground starts to level off you will come to a "T" to stay on the trail loop take a right. We hiked this with our dog and had no issues, we do hike regularly.