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Chris Beiter reviewed Angel Falls Trail
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rob beiter reviewed Angel Falls Trail
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HikingMuddy

parking area is small. 6 to 8 cars. carpool if you have a group. trail is well marked and follows the loyalsock trail yellow with red lt. then follow blue blaze to the falls. there is a nice area to look down from the top of the falls. STAY ON THE BLUE BLAZE TRAIL to the foot of the falls. there are other paths hikers have beaten down along the cliff edge. I recommend following the trail to the bottom. this area is in jepordy of being closed due to erosion. camping is already not allowed. also the "unofficial trails" are dangerous and it is a long way to the bottom if you have a mis step. nice out and back hike. pay attention to the blaze as several logging paths cross the trail. we missed a turn because we were paying attention to our footing and chatting. easy to do as the logging road lures you along. good hike for kids with experience. met several groups of 3 to 6 people wear proper foot gear and i recommend hiking poles or a sturdy hiking stick

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Anna Radoszek reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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Awesome hike with some great views It was dry so there were no falls

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Kelsey Hogan reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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HikingBugsGreat!

One of my favourite trails in PA. Really diverse ecology, awesome rock formations, varied terrain. The walk along the river at the end is great to cool off. I’d definitely recommend adding on the Cold Run Trail Spur (1.5 miles), lots of interesting rock formations and beautiful waterfalls, and some additional elevation change. All together, the trail I did was 7 miles, and I’ll definitely be back to do it again.

Sarah Hughes reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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RunningGreat!

I loved hiking this trail. It was challenging at times, had great views and was clearly marked. I look forward to going back.

S L. reviewed East Branch Trail
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Bob Corson reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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Jerry Hoffman reviewed Cold Run Extended Loop Trail
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BackpackingGreat!

This was a good hike. We started at the park and went counterclockwise. Got the hills out of the way first. No waterfalls in the extended loop, too dry. oh well, we had a good day.

Yvonne Phinney reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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HikingMuddy

This trail was worth the hike! Though I believe that it is longer then 4 miles. Not only did my watch report 5 miles, but the map doesn’t show the zigzag walk you have to take in the steeper locations. Either way, loved the rocky outcrops. The trail is all forested. Only down side was it was a little slippery in places on steep parts. Probably rained recently.

Kate RN reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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This trail is very well-marked. Every part of the hike has something interesting to see from its breathtaking overlooks, massive unusual rock formations to walk through, and babbling streams to cool off in. You will get a workout on the hills and switchbacks, so be sure to bring water and sturdy shoes.

Jenna Gerchak reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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Rocky

This 5mile loop picks up right at the family campground. It was well marked and maintained. The majority of the trail was shaded with plenty of spots to rest and take in views. I’d do this over and over again!!!

Jesseka Petersen reviewed High Rock Trail
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Rock climbingRockyScramble

My son and I stumbled across this trail. A stranger suggested it and we had about an hour and a half before sundown so figured we would try it. the rock scramble is quite steep but views are exceptional and the trail is relatively short. there is only about a city block or less on the road.

Jennifer Schoffner reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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This was a great trail and I can't wait to go back and do more.

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Don Justice reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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Very diverse! Up, down, up, down. Rock garden at the overlook of main vista, don’t pass it up. Rock formations all over the trail. Can be heavily rooted at areas, but just slow down a little. I went in the Am, lots of shade, I’d say 90% of the trail. Depending on how you start, you can reward yourself with the end if the trail by creek. This trail is a lifetime memory type trail. Highly suggest!

Jordan Roque reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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Great trail and not many people at all. Going back in September to camp.

Jen S. reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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HikingMuddyRocky

If you stay at the campground, the trail is a short walk away. (Blue Blazes) We did the campground to Warren Window to the overlook and back instead of the full loop. If you have time and energy, do the Cold Run loop (Yellow Blazes) that spurs off this trail. You can park at the campground or the trailhead parking lot along the highway.

Aaron Facciolini reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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Wow. For years I've put this hike on the back burner and boy how silly do I feel. I can't think of a single hike in PA that's better than this one and I've done ALOT. The solitude and diversity of this trail which then leads to an awe inspiring majestic and expansive Vista at the peak is hard to contend with. HIGHLY recommend doing this trail clockwise. We did not start the trail where All trails recommends. Instead... We drove a little further up and parked in the second parking lot (after the campground) it will be right by the waterside. From here walk down the highway only about 1/5th a mile and follow the blue trail marker on your left and begin the immediate ascent off the side of the highway. It will take longer to reach the Vista from this side but the journey up is so rewarding in and of itself. You feel like you're in lord of the rings for most of this side of the hike and the payoff at the Vista feels earned once you get there. Once you spend your time at the Vista coming down the other side is much faster and there's less to see - however don't forget to make a pit stop at Ticklish rock! (Don't worry there's a sign pointing it out).

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HikingMuddyRocky

Moderate hike in the woods and well marked with yellow. We will do it again sometime!

Brandon Christensen reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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HikingMuddy

Excellent trail with great views. Recommend going down as soon as you get to the creek and sticking your feet In for a great break spot.

Joshua Kingsbury reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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I would highly recommend this trail because of its overwhelming diversity. I began counter-clockwise with moderate ascent to start, on the way up there is Warren’s Overlook. Continuing on it only takes a short while until you reach the summit, Canyon Vista, which has excellent views but unfortunately when I did this it was hike it was obscured amongst dense fog. Along the top is nice but then it becomes scattered in huge boulders which is awesome and unexpected. After that the trail continues down steep grade until you cross the main road (Rt. 154), then are impressed yet again by the beautiful and majestic Loyalsock creek. I would do this hike again!

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Madeline Taskier reviewed Canyon Vista Trail
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HikingMuddy

Great trail, quiet, really beautiful woods. Would say this was moderate to difficult at times with a more challenging descent because of the wet rocks and muddy conditions. The view at the summit was stunning and worth the hike. Lots of nice vistas of the creek and valley on the way up as well. Brought our dog who loved it as well!!

Katie Lucas reviewed High Rock Trail
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This was a fun trail. Really well marked. Great for an afternoon adventure.

Tina Deiter reviewed Angel Falls Trail
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I thought it was a well marked trail. We followed the yellow LT markers until we hit blue markers. Starts off beautifully along a creek, there is something so peaceful about hearing the water. The trail was pretty muddy and slippery which is expected in PA so hiking boots should definitely be worn. The hike itself was a bit anticlimactic, the waterfall was large but hard to get close enough to see and enjoy. We tried to hike down to get closer but ended up giving up. A bit disappointing but you can't help but still enjoy the hike because of the quietness, sound of water and beautiful surroundings. Worth doing once.

Kristy H. reviewed Angel Falls Trail
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Caroline Bush reviewed Angel Falls Trail
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HikingBugsMuddy

Nice little hike. Took us about 1.5 hours to get up to the top of the falls. Trail was well marked. The trail map at the base made it seem like we could follow the blue trail back down. I don’t think this is the case. It’s just an out and back, no loop. Really pretty falls. saw one group of three as we were about to finish. Didn’t see anyone else. Enjoy!

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