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Best Trails of Pennsylvania

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#1. Appalachian Trail: The Pinnacle
Walk the Appalachian Trail for spectacular views of Hawk Mountain, the Lehigh Valley, and Blue Rocks. Many Appalachian Trail thru-hikers claim the views at the Pinnacle are the best views on the Penns...
From the guidebook "Hike America: Pennsylvania"
Hiking Trails
Hamburg, PA - Hiking - 8.7 miles


#2. Appalachian National Scenic Trail - Pennsylvania Section
This 2,155-mile national scenic trail from Maine to Georgia cuts across southeastern Pennsylvania between New Jersey and the Mason-Dixon Line at Maryland. The Appalachian Trail (AT) traverses ridges a...
From the guidebook "Hiking Pennsylvania"
Hiking Trails
Rouzerville, PA - Hiking - 232 miles


#3. Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail
Spanning five counties, this premier long-distance trail rolls across Laurel Ridge. It ranks as one of the best in the state—and the nation—for its natural offering, its accessibility, and its ameniti...
From the guidebook "Hiking Pennsylvania"
Hiking Trails
Johnstown, PA - Hiking - 70.1 miles


#4. Appalachian Trail: Bake Oven Knob to Lehigh Gap
This hike from Bake Oven Knob to Lehigh Gap is one of the more scenic in the state, although the scenery varies considerably - from hawks floating on mountain updrafts to the stark and stunted landsca...
From the guidebook "Exploring the Appalachian Trail: Hikes in the Mid-Atlantic States"
Hiking Trails
Lehighton, PA - Hiking - 9.5 miles


#5. Appalachian Trail: Hawk Mountain to PA 309
Hawks and rocks. Hikers have plenty of opportunities to look up for one and down for the other on this 13.3-mile stroll up and along the Blue Mountain ridge. The AT skirts the side of Hawk Mountain...
From the guidebook "Exploring the Appalachian Trail: Hikes in the Mid-Atlantic States"
Hiking Trails
Eckville, PA - Hiking - 13.5 miles


#6. Oxford Valley Mall
As anyone who has ever tried to accomplish a lot of shopping in a trip to the mall can attest, you can cover a lot distance walking back and forth between stores. Your typical shopping mall might not ...
From the guidebook "Walking Bucks County, PA"
Hiking Trails
Langhorne, PA - Walking


#7. West Rim Trail
This spectacular long-distance linear trail for the most part hugs the West Rim of Pine Creek Gorge—the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. The trail passes through relaxing woods and serves up striking vie...
From the guidebook "Hiking Pennsylvania"
Hiking Trails
Wellsboro, PA - Hiking - 30.5 miles


#8. Appalachian Trail: Along Blue Mountain Ridge
On this 10-mile rock hop along the Blue Mountain ridge, history-minded hikers walk a path blazed by Native Americans, interpreters, missionaries, and soldiers. The focal point is Pilger Ruh (Pilgrim'...
From the guidebook "Exploring the Appalachian Trail: Hikes in the Mid-Atlantic States"
Hiking Trails
Marstown, PA - Hiking - 10.4 miles


#9. Wicked Wissahickon Valley
This is a stellar ride that offers some nice singletrack in the heart of the city. Proximity to the city has both advantages and disadvantages. Food, fuel, lodging, and nightlife are in abundance. Sec...
From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Pennsylvania"
Hiking Trails
Conshohocken, PA - Mountain Biking - 13.4 miles


#10. Tohickon Valley Trail
This hike tours the north canyon wall of Tohickon Creek, passing through Tohickon Valley Park and the High Rocks Area of Ralph Stover State Park. Find overviews and limited access to bending Tohickon ...
From the guidebook "Hiking Pennsylvania"
Hiking Trails
Philadelphia, PA - Hiking - 7.3 miles



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