Looking for a great trail in Tiadaghton State Forest, Pennsylvania? AllTrails has 23 great hiking trails, trail running trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 11 moderate trails in Tiadaghton State Forest ranging from 1.3 to 46.7 miles and from 606 to 2,148 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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rocky
scramble
4 days ago

hiking
6 days ago

This is a compilation of state forest roads and about a half a mile of an old Trail.i was walking on dirt roads for over half of the hike. A nice day in the woods with a couple of streams and small meadows but the are much more scenic hikes with vistas and waterfalls nearby.

hiking
8 days ago

What makes this trail great is the destination. You are hiking on this trail in a deep canopy of green and then out of no where you stumble upon a beautiful waterfall oasis.

This is a very difficult trail. Climbs and descents can be treacherous. Although I did not encounter any rattlesnakes, there was fresh bear droppings. Did 16 miles day one, 15 miles day 2 and completed the trail at about 3pm on day three. I was completely wasted at the end. Weather was beautiful, the views are spectacular but not a trail for the novice backpacker. Met very nice people on the trail that were doing an overnight. Next time I will give myself an extra day. I would recommend you do not do this alone. Very little cell service.

Awesome hike definetly steep inclines.

hiking
bugs
11 days ago

It says there’s 715ft elevation... it’s basically flat so that was disappointing

hiking
rocky
12 days ago

beautiful and doable for the whole family. falls are a trickle but beautiful

hiking
bugs
rocky
15 days ago

I just did this trail with my 12 year old dog and 3 year old child in a pack on my back. The trail is pretty rocky, just watch your step, but overall a pretty easy hike. There is not much vertical rise, according to my sports tracker app, about 360 feet. My old dog did pretty good until the very end where it gets a little more difficult, large rocks to climb over. The little nats that fly in your face are constant and annoying. Don't forget your bug spray! This time of year the falls were just a trickle over the moss, but it was still fun to see it.

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bugs
muddy
over grown
rocky
scramble
16 days ago

It’s definitely rocky, and I fell and busted my behind at one point. There was very little water coming down the falls, but I suspect that had to do with the dryer time of year when I went (early September). There were also quite a few muddy spots despite the dryer time, so I can’t imagine how muddy it gets during the wetter periods of the year. I almost made it the whole trip without seeing a soul. This is most definitely not an “easy” trail, particularly around the waterfall where rock scrambling is required. I couldn’t get very close to the waterfall due to falling on my butt earlier, which was a real bummer (no pun intended). The trail also got confusing toward the end where it dumped you out on what appeared to be a road but wouldn’t be traversable by car where the stream criss-crossed the “road.” The trail then picked back up, dropped out, then picked back up again, which was confusing.

hiking
16 days ago

So worth the climb! Things get pretty steep pretty quick lol. But beyond the first mile or so, it levels out a little and becomes easier. Great trail for a leg workout!

hiking
16 days ago

Nice simple trail that's easy to follow. Really isn't much for views. But it's peaceful

hiking
bugs
over grown
16 days ago

the falls are beautiful. however there's a lot of bushwhacking to be done near the end of the trail. At one point the trail will take you to somewhat of a lumber road for a short period,(or what looks like one.) and it becomes difficult to follow back into the woods after that, due to it being so over grown.

hiking
16 days ago

I certainly wouldn't say this trail is easy. The path is strewn with rocks and tree roots that will catch your feet if you're not vigilant. There is no real significant elevation change. Once at the waterfall you must scramble over some pretty large boulders to get near. Kids and dogs will have a difficult and potentially dangerous hike on this trail.

hiking
17 days ago

The trailhead is approx 0.2 miles before the designated parking area. There is a clear plot on the shoulder that can be used for parking. No good views, but the hike was a nice workout. You can make it a loop if you turn right prior to crossing the creek. It’ll bring you to sulfur spring road, which you can then take to summit trail and loop back down to the trail head

hiking
scramble
18 days ago

hiking
18 days ago

I love rocks

hiking
rocky
24 days ago

Beautiful scenery along this trail! Trail conditions are excellent as it was just groomed a few weeks ago for the Eastern States 100. Only parking seems to be at the 414 area and none up at the Rt 44 area.

hiking
24 days ago

Well maintained and marked trail. Only issue I had was that I missed the start of the trail (starts quickly after the bridge), but there was another place further down the rail trail to meet up with the trail. Great views after the elevation is conquered, definitely worth going clockwise so there’s less downhill to hike. The rail trail is well trafficked but once I was off it I saw no one (loved that).

hiking
1 month ago

The falls are pretty cool because they are in a horseshoe shape. I recommend walking under them. The hike was definitely moderate, not easy, and there were a LOT of gnats and mosquitoes which definitely made it less enjoyable.

hiking
bugs
muddy
over grown
rocky
1 month ago

tried camping on the trail...as I was hanging my tarp I found a ground hornet nest at the base of my tree...I got nailed hard but it is a beautiful trail...watch the bees...

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