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Brought my machete along due to the first comment, but found it very well kept. Did “clean up” a few areas along the way; my way of paying back to the trail community after my AT thru hike earlier this year. Regardless of just completing a thru hike, I found this section of trail (Rt 66- Kellettville) to be very flat, smooth, and easy. Some very small sections could be considered moderate I guess, but for AllTrails to rate this as “hard” is very inaccurate. To get to Cougar Bob’s, make a right on Rt 666 after you cross tionesta creek and it doesn’t look far. I couldn’t find it during my hike because I didn’t have cell service.
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Well kept trail. Didn't see a lot of people, very peaceful.

I liked it but it was hard since I'm 11

Wear good hiking boots as a lot of the trail is either on a steep hillside and there's a lot of places to twist an ankle among the rocks. Also it can be pretty soggy.

In the meadow there's a lot of really high grass, about neck level some times
So wear you bug spray.

Don't get me wrong the trail is absolutely worth it. The boulders alone are a sight to see. A lot of the trail winds beside a trout stream which is beautiful and scenic. If you heading towards Kellitville there's a small country bar called "Cougar Bob's" that used to be a one room school house andI highly recommend stopping in there. The burgers and wings are amazing and the local folks are friendly and there's some local historical stuff to be seen on the walls. You'd be missing out by skipping this. Especially if your through hiking. Not far at all from Cougar Bobs is a federal campsite with flushie toilets and the camping is ten bucks a night or you can walk about a mile back towards the trail and camp by branch creek or just get back on the trail .

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