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Bangor, Pennsylvania Map

very easy walk through a beautiful quiet place. will definately be back.

I expected some overrated themepark type of experience but I trusted the reviews and thought I'd give it a try...was truly blown away. Someone spent a lot of time and money developing this. It's was one of the most calming experiences I've had in a long time, very peaceful to meander through the woods and look at the various points of interest.

Cute place love it! Not a hike more of a relaxing walk, very soothing

it is one of my favorite places

Good trail. Mostly easy with a few tricky bits over the rocks. Nice viewa

This trail was fairly easy to navigate and so much histor!

Nice little trail even for winter . Super easy.The concept is awesome. We will return in spring for sure. Seems like it would be a great place for us to take our kids.

Very cool place. Don’t come here expecting a hike. Beautiful little chapel and numerous boulders arranged throughout the property. Take your time, relax, reflect. As the sign here states, come as you are; respect the land; go in peace.

9 months ago

Collado was here 10/22 Went Camping.. Defenetly a crazy night. Bear approached our campsite, Airhorn so it ran away.. & huge bucks in the morning hrs 6am.. Awesome Hike & Rock Peak View.. Will go again...

A Great day to be out, the only problems were the flying bugs!!! Good exercise

this is definitely the easiest part of the appalachian trail between windgap and deleware water gap. some rocks but mostly open trail and the boulder mountain was fun to climb up. my 10 7 and 5 year old s had a blast.

Wednesday, August 09, 2017

What I really need gem of a place! This is a very nice spot to just go with some edibles and enjoy a few hours walking around the cool trails and taking in nature. They put alot of time into constructing this magical place, really really neat for no entrance fee. I was so impressed I left a donation (i never do that!)

Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Great 5 mile hike for my dogs and I! The trail IS extremely rocky with a brief 10-20 min boulder-like ascent. Completed this is two hours.

Surprisingly my GPS took my right to the parking area for this trail. The parking area is very small and on the side of a pretty busy road. It fits about 5-6 cars at most. I think there may have been another place to park on the opposite side of the road (where there were also bathrooms - port-o-potties I think, I didn't personally inspect them). The trail itself was great, pretty level and you're really just walking through the forest for the first couple miles surrounded by ferns and trees every way you look (and these super gross, giant, burgundy centipede things - yuck). As you're walking there are various spots where the trail forks, but there are logs (big sticks really) guiding you toward one path and blocking the other choice; so it's pretty easy to use common sense here if you're trying to stay on the main trail.

About 1.5 miles in we reached a very rocky area where we had to climb up boulders to get to the next part of the trail. It's pretty intense, but not so bad. My 2 year old German shepherd was able to do it and she's pretty small for her breed (also pretty crazy, though). After that you're on top of the mountain and still jumping from boulder to boulder, but traveling forward and not upward. Soon after, you'll reach a beautiful scenic overlook, which is where we all pretty much stopped. My pup and I went about half a mile further up just to check it out and the rocky area only lasted for about 1/4 of a mile. Then there's a slow decline back onto a dirt path and you're back to the green tunnel vibe from the beginning.

Godspeed, my friends.

Sunday, April 30, 2017

a bit rocky, as is to be expected in PA, but a relatively easy hike. Be careful on the rocks but the views are worth the effort. If you don't feel like climbing take the blue trail around them.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Great hike! My husband and I loved the rock climbing part!!

One of my favorite places

Thursday, February 23, 2017

A very peaceful place. Excellent to walk with elderly and very young. Lot of stone formations to view.

Saturday, February 04, 2017

Love this place :) I come here to refind myself in times of trouble. Always a great time.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

From Fox Gap it's a cake walk until about 50 yards from Wolf Rocks. Beautiful skilled climb up WRocks. Great views. Worth it.

It was a lovely trail, especially in the fall. It is really rocky, but the view is worth it!

Monday, October 10, 2016

Great hike, very rocky but worth it. Great view atop wolf rocks.

Thursday, September 01, 2016

haven't done it yet but plan on next year

An easy trail with just enough climbing to get the blood pumping. Great views and very clean.

Very nice! Unique.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

An amazing view from the top of the rocks and a perfect spot to view the sunset.

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

It's not so much a hike as it is a place to visit. But it's very interesting and unique.

Thursday, May 26, 2016

a nice place to relax walk around and just sync with nature

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