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Anders Run Trail Loop is a 1.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Youngsville, Pennsylvania that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 1.6 mi Elevation gain 229 ft Route type Loop

Dog friendly

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Forest

River

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

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Reviews (18)
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Recordings (11)
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Nichole Shine
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Hiking

There were some steep parts and sharp turns, was a work out. I took my dogs and a few of the hills and angles were a little tough on my older dog, and I actually lost my footing once as well. It was very beautiful trail and we really enjoyed it as a short hike with nice views.

WENDY ORMOND
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HikingGreat!

I agree with the previous reviews. It is not an easy trail. Not for someone with mobility problems due some steep slopes. We started at the Dunn Eddy Trailhead. Pretty well marked, but we too lost the trail at the paved road and went up at first, due to the angle of the "trail" sign and then went down the road and found the trail. All four of us really enjoyed the lovely, definitely moderate walk. Due to the terrain, it is not a fast 2 miles, but although I cannot remember how long it took, it was under 2 hours on a nice Sunday morning after camping at Buckaloons. We did cross over a couple of blowdowns and maybe encountered a wet spot or two. I would say this trail is pretty well maintained by the forest service, as is Hunter Run and Ingraham trails, all in the Cornplanter State Forest.

Bret Bemis
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Hiking

Decent trail. A couple switchbacks here and there. The ascends and descends weren’t too terrible either. It’s a nice workout

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Jason Peterson
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HikingBugs

Great trail. Secluded and nice scenery with several small walk over bridges. Benches along the path if you need to rest or relax.

Bobbie Mohney
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Hiking

We parked at what we assumed was the trail head, walked about 100 yards and ended up at the road with no clue where to go, we crossed the street and headed down another and found the trail. We should have crossed the road from the parking lot and we would have been set.

Teresa Gray
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Hiking

Nice hike, confusing at some points at finding the trails at some points.

Merrilynn McStraw
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Found it really confusing to follow the blazes and in some places find the right ones blazes were every which way

Jeremy Prichard
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Hiking

Probably not easy; more between that and moderate. Lots of bugs. Probably not ok for kids under 12. Some switchbacks on the steep bit with a very steep incline next to narrow path. I liked it but not for an easy walk. Actual length was closer to two miles.

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Liesl Laurich
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First to Review

I’m not sure why they have this listed as easy... getting up to the main loop of the trail requires climbing a nearly vertical hillside that’s almost impossible in wet conditions. Keep in mind this one is tougher than you might expect. Otherwise beautiful hike.

Anon Y.
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Kurry Cordosi
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Michael Zoscak
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Shane B
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K W.
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Megan Melichar
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Mary Ann Farrar
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Katie Nobles
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Nikky Olson
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