hiking
3 months ago

The actual Alan Seeger loop is only .8 miles. But it is absolutely beautiful. Beautiful old growth Hemlock, countless native rhododendrum, and stone creek , make up this hike. I would be sure to wear higher boots because you will get you feet wet. In some areas the trail was flooded up to my shins this evening. Also this trail is not blazed, so just use your eye and it's pretty easy to stay on track. Especially with the rhododendrum actually forming tunnels over the trail in some placed, makes it difficult to go to far off.

Sunday, February 05, 2017

This is maybe two miles? All trails is letting me down the more I look at the hikes I have done in reference to what is said here.... all in all, it's a gorgeous trail that you can break off of and hop on the mid state toward detwiler run which is more wild and secluded. Be prepared to see some timber rattlers and other amphibious creatures :)

walking
Thursday, June 26, 2014

Short walk in old growth stand with native rhododendron. While several old trees have been lost in recent years, still worth a trip- especially when rhododendron in bloom.

hiking
Monday, January 02, 2012

Unforgettable little trail. Wish it were about four times longer, though. Still no snow on Jan 2 so my parents and I walked it.

hiking
Friday, May 13, 2011

If you find yourself anywhere near this reserve, it is unlike any other chunk of forest in 70 miles. Bear Meadows is just north and is stunning as well. Don't pass up. Beautiful creeks and never clear cut, ancient looking forest. Too small but one of my favorite places in all of Rothrock SP.

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
8 months ago

hiking
9 months ago

hiking
11 months ago

Monday, November 14, 2016