Explore the most popular trails near Ohiopyle 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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1 day ago

the trail we took was only 1.5 miles. marked by yellow on the trail. pretty easy but very rocky at the start of the hike. the waterfalls were enjoyable to see and hear

hiking
4 days ago

This trail was easier than expected. Ended up connecting to meadow run to keep things interesting. Beautiful scenery.

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muddy
7 days ago

Great hike, it’s pretty much up hill the whole way to the look out (3 miles in). But worth the climb!

rode the bikes from ohiopyle to confluence had lunch at mitches food and fuel ( great place for lunch) then peddled back to ohiopyle, fantastic ride, nice an easy

hiking
12 days ago

Completed two days ago. Started from the Kentuck campground and took the trail to Cucumber falls then to Meadow run trail and through town back to the campground. It was pretty flat until going Bach to the campgrounds. Approximately 4 hrs. Nice walk in the woods but not much of a view of the river until you get to the falls.

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12 days ago

Completed on 10/4/19, conditions were dry so not much water flowing bit could see it would be pretty. I combined this with the great gorge trail and media run trail

I did this trail on 10/5/19, started at the Kentuck campground taking the Kentuck trail to the Johnathan run trail to the Allegheny passage up to the Mitchell field loop then back to the allegheny passage to the start. Conditions were dry. Not much to see at Mitchell field but was a nice walk in the woods. The section of the Allegheny passage is a wide bike trail easy and flat, just have to keep any eye out for bike traffic.

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rocky
13 days ago

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rocky
15 days ago

Nice trail. Second half follows Meadow Run. Lots of places to access and explore the water and rocks of Meadow Run. Last section has natural water slide if you dare! Definitely need to watch you step. Lots of rocks and roots on most of the trail.

We went from Ohiopyle to Confluence and back. We stopped by a small bike shop in Confluence and then had lunch at Lucky Dog Cafe in Confluence. The food was very good. The ride back was almost all downhill. It was a great trip and awesome scenery..

hiking
21 days ago

Nice hike Cascades and flat rocks fun Watched climbers for awhile Not well marked and maybe closer to moderate Maybe I’m not sure of how ratings work but quite a bit was rocky, downhill,etc Highly recommended for a good hike tho

on Ferncliff Trail

hiking
22 days ago

Nice hike on opposite side of river from state park. Many excellent views of falls and rapids.

hiking
23 days ago

Hiked last weekend with my dog who gives it 5 stars. Trails are marked and can be followed easily if you watch for the blazes. Nice walk along the water and over the rocks but nothing that is too difficult.

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bugs
rocky
27 days ago

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27 days ago

Steep to get down/back up and can sometimes be slippery. Wear appropriate footwear and you'll be fine. I got engaged here so I'm a bit biased, but these falls are always lovely.

hiking
27 days ago

My family and I explored the falls . Beautiful water fall . Then we waded the creek out to you river and watched the rafters go thru the rapids .

Fun trail hiked with my family . Rocky in some places . The falls were fun to wade in and explore

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muddy
rocky
1 month ago

A great trail. A bit muddy and rocky. It is nice and shaded by the rhododendrons.

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1 month ago

My wife and I hiked this trail and combined it with elements of the oakwood and ferncliff trails. We also stoped in town to bum around a little. We hiked in mid September in sunny conditions. I would say the overall difficulty was closer to easy than moderate with the moderate portions coming with the part of our hike that was actually the great gorge trail. Trail conditions were quite good with only a few slippery rocks and muddy patches. We started at the Kentuck campground and did a loop. The hike itself was very pretty with the prettiest areas being the ferncliff trail on the west side of the river from town and the great gorge area leading up to cucumber falls. I thought, reading the topographic lines, that adding the oakwood trail might produce an overlook situation but this was not the case. In retrospect, it didn’t add a lot and we should have just hiked the full ferncliff trail. Overall we enjoyed ourselves. We don’t have a dog but many who we passed did and it seemed like a very dog friendly hike. Most if not all of this hike was more than attainable for all skill levels. There were also many great spots for a picnic along the river if that happens to be part of your plans.

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rocky
1 month ago

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bugs
rocky
1 month ago

Lots of sights to see, got lost a few times but found my way back! Watch your step, rocks can be slippery.

hiking
1 month ago

very pretty, lost have of the trail tho, not well marked.

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1 month ago

Great hike. Scenic along river

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