Explore the most popular trails in Quehanna Wild Area with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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bridge out
muddy
over grown
rocky
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over grown
1 month ago

This trail is wet, wild and lots of fun. Probably my favorite backpacking trail in Pa. But i should preface that statement, by saying that I enjoy a rough hike. Wear pants as stinging nettle fields are plentiful. This is one of the best marked trails I have seen. My brother and I saw an elk and lots of turkey. This is an adventure, for sure.

hiking
10 months ago

We (a group of seven) finished quehanna trail loop from sep 22 to Sep 26. The trail is well marked. It has some fantastic views, and plenty of water. It’s enjoyable camping along the beautiful creeks each night. A recommendation to the management: It would help hikers to plan their trip if the map can provide information about the campsites. Actually, we relied on our gps to locate the campsites, not the map.

This was my first hike and I did it solo in four days. If you really want to enjoy this trail, take at least five days to do it. Though I am a beginner, this trail seemed to be a lot more rough than I expected and offered some tough climbs.

hiking
Saturday, May 05, 2018

beautiful scenery...no shortage of water...

backpacking
Tuesday, May 01, 2018

Can’t wait to send it this summer start to finish!

hiking
Sunday, February 04, 2018

Decent trail, some fantastic views.

Friday, November 17, 2017

WOW!! Best trail in Pa.!! We hiked the entire trail in 4 Saturday day hikes. Some of the most beautiful country in the state. well marked with great views.

backpacking
Tuesday, September 26, 2017

I've hiked in this area twice this year. The first was a short loop starting a Parker Dam using the cutoff trail. It was about a 7 mile loop. The trail was very well maintained with plenty of water available. The second time I hiked from Parker Dam to Red Run road. There are plenty of places to camp long this trail. It has some elevation changes that are difficult. They don't have switchback to make it easier. You will see some wildlife on this trail. There were plenty of deer and turkey. I was lucky enough to see an Elk.

hiking
Sunday, April 20, 2014

We started on 3 falls road and followed to trail until in intersected with old sinnemahoning trail we turned left on that trail and followed it back to 3 falls road

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