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    Tony B. saved Sentinel Point Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Tony B. reviewed Ouzel Falls Trail

    6 months ago

    Tony B. completed Ouzel Falls Trail

    6 months ago

    Tony B. saved Emerald Lake Trail

    6 months ago

    Tony B. reviewed The Crags Trail

    6 months ago

    Tony B. completed The Crags Trail

    6 months ago

    Tony B. saved Mount Flora Trail

    6 months ago

    Tony B. saved Berthoud Pass Trail

    6 months ago

    Tony B. saved Ouzel Falls Trail

    6 months ago

    Tony B. saved Crater Lake Trail

    6 months ago

    Tony B. reviewed Valley of the Gods Road Trail

    7 months ago

    Spent Thanksgiving night camping under the stars. Stunning! Easy drive when dry although there are a few sections of bad washboarding (the road gets a lot of use). The better camping spots are along the eastern half of the road.

    Tony B. completed Valley of the Gods Road Trail

    7 months ago

    Tony B. saved Goose Creek Trail

    7 months ago

    Tony B. saved Cathedral Lake Trail

    7 months ago

    Tony B. saved South Zapata Lake Trail

    7 months ago

    Tony B. reviewed Elder-Fehn Trail

    8 months ago

    Tony B. completed Elder-Fehn Trail

    8 months ago

    Tony B. reviewed Spruce Mountain Trail

    8 months ago

    Tony B. completed Spruce Mountain Trail

    8 months ago

    Tony B. saved Elder-Fehn Trail

    8 months ago

    Tony B. saved The Crags Trail

    8 months ago

    Tony B. saved Spruce Mountain Trail

    9 months ago

    Tony B. reviewed Lemon Squeezer

    12 months ago

    Tony B. completed Elk Pen Loop Trail

    12 months ago

    Tony B. saved Elk Pen Loop Trail

    12 months ago

    Tony B. reviewed Pinchot Trail - North

    about 1 year ago

    Parking for the trailhead is at the intersection of Bear Lake Rd and Pittson Rd. I used this map (http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/cs/groups/public/documents/document/dcnr_20031478.pdf) which also shows the connecting Watres Trail (yellow blazes) that loops around and rejoins the Pinchot Trail. I branched off on the (much less used) Watres Trail which is quite rocky in places, and generally quite overgrown (definitely more challenging than the Pinchot Trail). However I found a great camping spot where the Watres Trail first meets Panther Creek.

    Tony B. reviewed Ramapo Reservation Loop Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Considering Sterling Forest is not that far away, you're better off going there. Ramapo is okay but it's too close to highways and flight paths, if a little tranquility and distance from man-made noises is important to you.