Haycock Mountain via Top Rock Trail

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State Game Lands Number 157

Haycock Mountain via Top Rock Trail is a 1.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Kintnersville, Pennsylvania that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length1.5 miElevation gain462 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingNature tripsDog friendlyForestViewsRockyScramble
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Bill Winters
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Springtime. No foliage. Trail was easy to follow. Nice hike

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Jeff S
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A little muddy for the first few 100 yards but otherwise excellent!

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Christina Burke
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Very muddy! Will be walking in a stream for the first stretch of the hike

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Brian Riling
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Matt Schmellick
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Nikki Wiseman
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HikingGreat!RockyScramble

Fun for the whole family. Lots of bouldering opportunities. Great views in winter.

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Mackenzie Walters
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Reed Plantz
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Chris Krupp
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Christopher Peltier
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Hiked to the summit and down the front side hitting all of the popular bouldering areas. Returned via the Caves Trail which was much easier to navigate in "Stick season"

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Kevin Reilly
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1/2/2021 - Partially Cloudy day in upper 40's/Low 50's. Wet and soggy trek for the 1st 1/3 of the assent as you basically are hiking up a dry wash bed most days (It poured the entire day/night before). Trail is poorly marked. Scattered dark blue arrows or small pink ribbon on branches which are too far and few between while not consistently located. 2nd 1/3 dried up a bit as you leave the wash bed onto a slight trail with many rocks under foot. Last section of the climb is basically a scramble over/through giant boulders and rocks. Reliable grip on shoes is a must especially in wetter conditions. Very Nice view from the top due to winter and no leaves. Can see through the forested summit to entire Lake Nockamixon area. Not bad and probably better on a drier day.

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Kym Baldwin Ney
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It’s a fun trail

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Kevin Pritchett
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Great for bouldering

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Graham Thomas
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Lost the trail for a bit near the top, but fun rock hopping!

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C Tellner
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Tricky at the top. Not a dog trail!

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John Thomas
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John Savarese
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Alex Vigderman
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Chuck Dardenne
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I started from the parking lot off of Top Rock Trail and headed on the trail. 3/4 of the trail is obvious. A dry wash? But there are no painted slashes. The last part are tall boulder wall. Occasionally I would see an orange ribbon attached to a tree or several painted blue arrows but not enough or obvious enough to find my way to the top. I had to turn back without making it to the top :<. Too tough for me. It’s always nice to be in nature

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Frank Kories
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Awesome

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Harry Brill
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Jen Krauss
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Rocks don't begin to cover it. It's boulder fields. Trail is not marked well enough and hard to find as you go. Be prepared to traverse major boulders. A lot of soft ground around the boulders from decaying material and you can and will sink in a lot. Footing is not really secure in these areas, wear shoes with high ankles, you'll need them! Don't expect beautiful views when you get to the top. Just more boulders.

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Adam Sherwin
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Nice little out and back. Always on a slope, and rocky terrain.

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D Hall
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Fuller Preserve Jere Knight Nature Trail: . Total tree canopy very peaceful some creek access for pets

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