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hiking
3 months ago

Nice Climb with beautiful scenery in a mild sunny February afternoon.

geocaching
Saturday, September 03, 2016

Nice walk but needs cleaned up.

I love this trail however it is inaccurately marked as easy. For mountain biking I would rate this as moderate to hard due to the amount of rock gardens and obstacles.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

We never got to stassers stone pile as there was no signage and it didn't appear on map, we did get to hawk watch but a rattlesnake forced us to turn around...

backpacking
Saturday, May 21, 2016

Amazing views

Monday, March 21, 2016

Great views! Easy hike

hiking
Saturday, May 25, 2013

hiking
Thursday, November 03, 2011

Our Scout group took this hike. The trail runs along the top of Stone Mountain. We started at Stone Mountain Hawk Watch and hiked to Sausser's Stone Pile. The trail was clearly marked and well taken care of. It is very rocky and I should have worn better hiking boots. The views from the lookouts are beautiful. The boys want to hike the trail next year, from the Hawk Watch to Greenwood Furnace State Park. We also hiked the trails in Greenwood Furnace State Park, which is a great historical park.

camping
Sunday, October 17, 2010

This is most likely the most educating state park in PA's system. A full schedule of educational and informative programs throughout the year, fun for all ages. A great beach and picnic area and pavillions to rent for special occasions. There are many trails to choose from, for the novice to the thru-hiker. Hikes from around the lake to spurs that connect to the Mid State Trail, (over 200 miles), or the Standing Stone Trail, (just over 70 miles). Camping is available for primitive or small campers or do as my wife and I did, Backpack to the Mid State trail, via the Fire Tower trail and camp out in Rothrock State Forest. The lake is stocked with trout throughout the year but let me give a word of advice. The feeder stream is some of the best native trout fishing in all of PA and for some reason not many people know it!