Hiking

There's nothing quite like the quiet and solitude of a walk in the woods. The state parks, mountains, gorges, and country roads of the Pennsylvania Wilds provide the space and variety for every type of hiking adventure you can think of. Looking to surprise some elk? Walk softly, and you just might. Want to climb down a grand canyon? We have one of those, too. Lace up your boots and get ready to experience nature like you've never imagined it. Maps of State Parks in the PA Wilds region.

Golden Eagle Trail

Route 414 Cammal PA 17723

(570) 327-3450 | http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/forestry/hiking/eagle.aspx

The Golden Eagle Trail located in Tiadaghton State Forest offers gorgeous scenery and challenging terrain, has been called the best day hike in Pennsylvania. Pretty waterfalls, massive pines, relics of old logging camps, splash dams, and quarries are just some sights along the way. The Raven's Horn vista is sure to leave you breathless, inspired, and weak-kneed all at the same time. The trail, an 8.9-mile loop, is wonderful for adventurous families. Location: The Golden Eagle Trail begins at the Clark Farm/Utceter Station Recreational Parking Area, which is approximately 2.7 miles north of the village of Cammal along PA Route 414 in the Pine Creek Valley, Lycoming County.

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