Appalachian Trail: Boiling Springs to Scott Farm Trail work Center is a 2.9 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Overall a good hike. If you have dogs, there is a bit that requires you to cross some streets which is annoying but once you get past it, it's a nice trail.
Nice hike. Nice trek through fields and mountains if you take the trail as far as White Rocks trail.
Nice Trail headed towards yellow breeches from Trindle road access. Forgot to log this time. ..but walked at a good pace from 1pm til 330 both ways. Passed some woodpeckers &lots of chipmunk activity!
Nice short hike. I kept going up toward the White Rock trail but definitely a nice easy hike with plenty of scenery.
Not so big on the views, but it's very quiet, and the people you pass are friendly, also this is the fastest "hike" I've ever done... in fact, we basically "ran" most of it.
My favorite running trail
Easy trail to hike or run. I run this weekly. It does get a bit slippery when it is raining. Very safe and family friendly. Boiling Springs is also a great stop on the trail.
A rather easy, flat section of the Pennsylvania AT. We did this with boyscouts during a freak October snowstorm. Check out the ATC office in Boiling Springs.
Easy ascend to center point knob - then walk thru the more challenging terrain to the White Rocks Trail head. Nice 3 hour day hike.
Took the trail to the White Rocks Trail head. Approx. 1.5 miles through exposed corn field. Better trail once going up mountain. Easy day hike.
nikce aroung the Boiling Springs pond and runoff.