Explore the most popular trails in Pennsylvania with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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Neat overlook..... trail markers were a bit less than easy to follow at times though

Long walk. Beautiful scenery and opportunities for photos.

Awesome. scenic views all along the way to the top

hiking
23 hours ago

This was a several mile walk to the abandoned turnpike tunnel. Lots of graffiti and broken up road. It was a good time and great photo opportunities.

Short and easy. Steps down to falls. A few stopping points for photos. You’re able to easily go under the falls which is definitely a highlight.

trail running
1 day ago

Is awesome

Well marked trail, absolutely beautiful! Make sure you where proper footwear, treking pools are beneficial as well. Watch where you step ,especially near rock formations ,timber rattlesnakes are a common sight. Along the trail you will be crossing streams easily over 20 times, so you can't be afraid to get your feet wet!

It’s an uphill battle , haha, Me and friend walked 6 1/2 miles in about 2 hours , beautiful scenery !

Short hike ; Beautiful scenery ; The walk behind the falls is a MUST experience. Great for all ages!

hiking
1 day ago

It was easy for kids and dogs. We will be back to do the longer hikes!

hiking
1 day ago

Very nice "stroll in the woods". Lots of trails that are well marked. Some wildlife present. Overall a good pick for a leisurely hike.

backpacking
1 day ago

We arrived too late to do the loop so we did a 15 mile out and back with an overnight. The first few miles follow old logging roads (as the trail name suggests), but once you get off those roads it's a pretty forest hike. We had a great night at a campsite by the stream.

Note that you shouldn't approach the trailhead on Pleasant Stream Road from the east-- the road and bridge are washed out and the trailhead parking lot can't be reached from this direction.

Really nice trail and pet friendly. Nice play ground for young kids.

Beautiful trail. I went out on the Twin Sisters trail, across on the pipeline right-of-way, and back on the STS, for a total of 23 miles. This was a one-day trip, with 8.5 hiking hours, and fortunately the weather was perfect. I saw no other people, and no animals except chipmunks. If I do it again, I would skip the pipeline cut-off and hike the road route around to the top of the STS and come back that way. Scenery is lovely and the trail is mostly in good shape. Some poorly marked areas in the middle part of the Twin Sisters, and the upper part of the STS is more like side-hilling than trail hiking because the trail is not well-developed along the creek. Overall a fabulous hike!

hiking
1 day ago

Nice walk, few areas of incline and rock scrambling but overall was not hard at all. went to Millers Point but couldn't see much. well marked trail and well maintained. Lots of dead ash trees such ashame. Would recommend

great trail, but not well marked at all.

Orange to blue blaze well marked, a little difficulty finding white but once we did it followed the ridge above the lake, beautiful! Then we looped back down. Nice little waterfall too

Loved this trail! Very well marked. Definitely go left at the beginning. You will be walking through water and mud so dress accordingly. Well worth it!

mountain biking
1 day ago

It was a awesome ride hit it in early April and the bugs weren’t too bad yet great technical ride

hiking
1 day ago

Really nice walk. Couple of hills to go up and down (watch for roots). The map on this app DOES NOT match up with the actual white trail. With about a quarter left in the walk make sure to pull the app out and follow the red gps line (pretty much end up on the yellow trail).

This is a wonderful trail that goes around a lake. It was quite muddy for about half of the hike. My dog and shoes were covered in mud. But my dog was able to jump in the lake and clean off! You can kayak and fish here, too.
We saw a ton of cardinals.
Will do again once it dries up or wear boots.

hiking
1 day ago

Good trail and easy to access. We went on one of the first warm weekends of the year and the parking lot was packed. Be ready to have lots of company on the trails. It was heavily used by mountain bikers and people with pups. (We had our two pups leashed and all but one dog we passed was also leashed.) We also had our two year old with us and she was able to hike with us (with assistance of course.)

trail was awesome. blaze can be seen but didn't know how to stay on the correct trail. there were no "go this way for this trail" a mix of blue orange and red trail blazes. took the blue trail up the steep mountain. wasn't sure if we were still on the correct trail, so after three hours, turned around. took us one hour to get off the mountain.

other than that it was a nice, never traveled trail.

wire bridge was awesome!

Great time with the family. The only trail we could not figure out was the orange trail return loop. Good trail to get the legs warmed up.

This trail is definitely a great workout. Parts of the trail required you to walk through streams. Some areas were extremely muddy; not ideal for those without proper footwear.

It’s beautiful. The waterfall is nice. There are human made stairs to get down to and behind the waterfall. But could definitely be longer. Great for children and older adults.

Not very well marked at all. Got lost a couple times and eventually turned around.

Tough one for small children. We had a nine year old and 11 year old along and that was about the you gest I would recommend. Lots of narrow and rocky paths. Be prepared to cross the stream on fallen trees or get your feet wet. We did both.

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