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backpacking
3 months ago

We hiked the 8 mile loop on May 20th and overnighted on the trail. We saw no other hikers on the trail and few bugs/mosquitoes. Some areas were a bit water logged but overall it was very well maintained and marked. I also liked the "hike-in" campground about halfway around the loop on the Kinzua river. Very picturesque and moderate to hard hiking throughout.

Well marked. Lots of creed/stream crossings. These were ok when we visited in late May 2018 but could be VERY challenging with higher water levels. Be prepared for multiple elevation changes. Lots of nice scenery and plenty of people walking, trail running, camping etc...

We did a small part of this about six months ago and came back to do from the PA line to ASP 3. There was about 8 inches of fresh snow on the trail, and parts of it had deep mud under the snow, so it was slow and slippery. We recalled the trail being pretty clear to see when there isn't snow, but with the ground covered it wasn't always easy to find where we were meant to go. At about the 6.5 mile mark the blazes disappeared. We spent quite a while trying to find any markers, but ended up having to bushwhack our way downhill to the Mt. Tuscarora trail to take us back to the road and our car. There were footprints in the snow from a few other people who had also wandered around trying to find where the trail continued (and failing). It's a pretty forest trail when you can find it.

backpacking
Sunday, August 27, 2017

backpacking
Saturday, August 26, 2017

Nicely laid out trail, with very few people encountered. Watched a pair of fishers near Willis creek and encountered a few deer.

backpacking
Tuesday, August 15, 2017

http://www.cnyhiking.com/NCT-AlleganyStatePark.htm has the break down of this section of trail we completed. it is 21 miles and we started at the PA/NY border and ended at ASP2 road. There's three lean toos along this section, we started at two of them. I wish i had my GPS at the time or i would have recorded it.

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
6 months ago